Me Talk Pretty One Day

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David Sedaris is known for his wit and humor, which is always par excellence in his books. He shares his personal accounts in many of his books such as Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls and Theft by Finding, where humor is always evident. In this personal memoir, Me Talk Pretty One Day as well, you will find David Sedaris again at his witty best.

Another dimension of David Sedaris is his skills in narration. You will find Sedaris himself narrating a huge collection of essays in this memoir, which also include some live recordings. In this book, you will find the author telling one the most unconventional story of his life. It starts with his childhood life in North Carolina, which was more of his struggle in the speech-therapy classes. It was lisp actually, but his voice itself was more troubling with its high pitch and tonal issues. From a novice performing artist to an unqualified teacher in Chicago, the career of author took him to New York and eventually to France.

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His relocation to Paris raised a number of new challenges for him. The major one of all the challenges was to speak the language. His efforts into language learning led to a whole lot of new cultural confusion. It had everything from the description of his Easter bunny to the complex and confused classmates. It also had those watching some men, who used to play soccer with a cow.

David Sedaris in this memoir brings a voice and a view like no other for his memorable and unforgettable life encounters. It is a must read as his personal accounts are not only enjoyable, but also carries a lesson for the audience.



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