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In this collection of essays, playwright and NPR commentator Sedaris tops his anarchically hilarious miscellany Barrel Fever by inventing a new genre: autobiography as fun-house mirror. Growing up in Raleigh, N. The author's wisecracking mother emerges as a full-blown comic heroine, and the essay discussing the months before her death achieves a brilliant synthesis of solemnity and humor. Only at the end, when describing a visit to a downscale nudist camp, does Sedaris disappoint, as he seems to have gone on the jaunt solely to acquire filler material. Sedaris applies the same deadpan fastidiousness to his life that Charlie Chaplin applied to his shoe in The Gold Rush—this is splendid stuff.
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Naked Summary & Study Guide
Naked by David Sedaris | Hachette Book Group
This is not a mystery. It's another collection of essays and stories by David Sedaris who is truly a delightful story teller. You may have heard his now famous recitation of his Santa Land Diary on Another collection of memoirs by David Sedaris, with a range of quality on display. Whether all the "true stories" are true is questionable but doesn't bother me as much as it apparently bothers Much of Sedaris' humor is autobiographical and self-deprecating, and it often concerns his family life, his middle class upbringing in the suburbs of North Carolina.
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Naked by David Sedaris is a collection of seventeen humor-laden essays. In true Sedaris fashion, each essay is a vignette detailing some traumatic and bizarre experience in the author's life. Although the vignettes stand up on their own, the collection gives a deep insight into Sedaris' mind and personality.