4 edition of Looking for Mr. Goodfrog found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR9199.4.G69 L66 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||329 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||2006279169|
Looking for Mr. Goodbar is the story of the life and death of Terry Dunn--an attractive young schoolteacher, educated in parochial school, from a respectable family--the kind of girl you don't notice very much, the kind of girl who seems to have everything under control until one New Year's Eve when she is murdered/5(8). Disguised as yet another chick-lit novel about disastrous dating, this book moves beyond genre constraints to offer a provocative and intelligent look at the ways that people search for a meaningfu.
It's by no means a good, much less great, novel. But I was in my twenties when it came out and it was a massive best-seller. So much so that "Looking for Mr. Goodbar" became a joking catch-phrase for a while. Reading the book now would be more . Closing Time: The True Story of the "Goodbar" Murder is a book by Lacey Fosburgh about the murder of Roseann Quinn, a young New York City schoolteacher who reportedly led a "double life" and was murdered in Fosburgh appropriated the title of Judith Rossner's Looking for Mr. Goodbar, the acclaimed best-selling novel which had been published two years earlier, and subsequently made Author: Lacey Fosburgh.
Looking for Mr. Goodbar, Judith Rossner’s best-known novel, is a roman à clef about a young, convent-schooled, lower middle-class but respectable, Irish Catholic woman from the Bronx, New York. Looking for Mr. Goodfrog “Navigating the cyber pond with Karrie Kline while Looking for Mr. Goodfrog leaves one laughing on the outside while your heart is breaking on the inside! I found it ribbiting.” —Jamie Gertz, actress “Graff offers a fun tour of New York, and readers will .
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Looking for Mr. Goodfrog book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Looking For Mr. Goodfrog by Laurie Graff released on Mar 2 /5.
The book focused far too much on "Karrie's" progressing worklife, and not nearly enough on the issues that the book merely seems to flirt with - such as the actual search for Mr. Goodfrog that the title teases the reader with. It is that very search that made the first book such a breezy, fun read/5(20).
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Looking for Looking for Mr. Goodfrog book. Goodfrog/5(20). book's tone smart, ironic, wry with just a touch of romantic optimism. These same adjectives, and a touch of fairy tale optimism, perfectly describe Karrie Kline herself the charming, keenly observed heroine of both LOOKING FOR MR.
GOODFROG and Graff's previous work, YOU HAVE TO KISS A LOT OF FROGS. Karrie kisses many. New York City writer/actress, Laurie Graff, is the author of You Have To Kiss A Lot Of Frogs, Looking for Mr.
Goodfrog and The Shiksa Syndrome. Laurie admits to having dated her share of amphibians, but swears no frogs have been harmed during Book Edition: Original. Looking for Mr.
Last Page. Holy cow. I've finally finished listening after having to stop several times from boredom, confusion and just plain annoyance. The main character was by turns too giddy, too bitter, too everything. I found that the story jumped from now to then to now without really making a transition.
It was hard to get through. Get this from a library. Looking for Mr. Goodfrog. [Laurie Graff] -- In this follow-up to "You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs," Karrie Kline has taken her dating frustrations and turned them into a one-woman, off-Broadway show. She then meets some of her past "frogs" and.
Looking For Mr. Goodbar was a huge hit as both a novel and a movie, becoming part of the cultural signposts of the Seventies. The novel, which came first, was based loosely on a true story of a young woman in swinging Seventies Manhattan who took home one stranger too many from a pick- up bar and didnt survive the night to tell about/5.
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Goodbar is a novel by American writer Judith Rossner. Published inthe book—a "stunning psychological study of a woman's passive complicity in her own death" —won critical acclaim and was a #1 New York Times best seller.
Theresa Dunn, a young woman living in New York City, leads something of a "double life": by day she Author: Judith Rossner. Looking For Mr. Goodfrog is a feel good book. The reader gets to know the character and what is spinning in her head through her memories. Graff pens an enchanting read with a woman out to discover what she wishes in life.
She spins a yarn that touches the heart, while bringing laughter or a tear. This is a slice of life that spins with.
Karrie Kline had kissed her share of frogs. But when it came to finding her prince, her pond was dry. With disappointments ranging from a Colorado-bound Casanova to a lascivious lawyer she meets online, Karrie's frustration climbs so high, even dreams of meeting her match on her own reality show be.
Looking for Mr. Goodfrog Summary A Fact About Frogging: With new species discovered every day, it's hard to find a rule to catch a good frog, except to say that when it. Other novels include the sequel, Looking for Mr. Goodfrog and The Shiksa Syndrome.
A lover of all things New York, Laurie is very involved in organizations, community affairs and cultural activities, writing, acting and constantly on-the-go with family, friends and yes, frogs.
Looking for Mr. Goodfrog by Graff, Laurie. Publication date Topics Women, Dating (Social customs china; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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"Looking for Mr. Goodbar" is so good a read, so stunningly commercial as a novel, that it runs the risk of being consigned to artistic oblivion. That would be a mistake. The sureness of Judith Rossner's writing and her almost flawless sense of timing create a complex and chilling portrait of a woman's descent into hell that gives this book.
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New York City writer/actress, Laurie Graff, is the author of You Have To Kiss A Lot Of Frogs and Looking for Mr. Goodfrog. Currently at work on her third novel, Shiksa Syndrome, Laurie admits to having dated her share of amphibians, but swears no.
Looking for Mr. Goodbar by Judith Rossner is a highly erotic novel about the dangers that lurk for young women in singles bars. The story begins with the confession of Theresa Dunn's killer.
Theresa was a young schoolteacher who had a habit of picking up men in the bars near her home. In the winning latest from chick lit–ster Graff (Looking for Mr.
Goodfrog), Manhattan publicist Aimee Albert, who is Jewish and whose first love, Sam, died during 9/11, has just split with her. Looking for Mr.
Goodbar is "uncommonly well-written and well-constructed fiction, easily accessible, but full of insight and intelligence and illumination" (The New York Times Book Review).
With more than four million copies in print, this seminal novel--a lightning rod for controversy upon its publication--has become a cultural touchstone that /5(84).
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