Cat Person and Other Stories

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AUTHOR
Kristen Roupenian
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4,92 MB
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Cat Person and Other Stories.pdf
ISBN
6265444443610

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'It's a new literary genre... Supernatural horror meets bedroom politics' Sunday Times 'If you enjoyed Cat Person, this is for you' Evening Standard These are stories of women's lives now. They also happen to be horror stories. In some, women endure the horror. In others, they inflict it. Here are women at work, at home, on dates, at the doctor's, with their families and with their friends. Here are women grappling with desire, punishment, guilt and anger. These are stories to make you feel fascinated but repelled, scared but delighted, revolted but aroused. Previously published as You Know You Want This

11, 2017, you heard about "Cat Person" — the 4,000-word short ... Specifically, the story "Cat Person" by Kristen Roupenian, which appeared in the New Yorker. The story centers on a 20-year-old college student named Margot who gradually falls into flirtation with... Into this steps "Cat Person," a New Yorker fiction story by Kristen Roupenian that explores how badly people can misread each other, but also how frightening and difficult sexual encounters ... In 2012, we came across stories of cats that inspire and people who share an unbreakable bond with their feline companions.

Free returns. Previously published as You Know You Want This, "Cat Person" and Other Stories brilliantly explores the ways in which women are horrifying as much as it captures the horrors that are done to them. Like Margot in Cat Person, Izzy found herself just 'going through the motions' because she felt bad or embarrassed about letting the man down once things got that far. The fear of the awkwardness of stopping mid-act and being like 'you know what, I've lost interest' outweighed the fact that she'd rather be at home watching Netflix in her pyjamas with a Big Mac in her bed, alone… For other uses, see Cat People.

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