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[Read] ➵ Themes and Variations By David Sedaris – Vejega.info In This Kindle Exclusive Essay, International Bestselling Humor Writer David Sedaris Shares The Rewards Of A Book Tour And His Devoted Readers Worst Kept SecretsDismissed By A Bored Author At A Book Signing, A Betrayed Young Man Named David Sedaris Made A Vow Someday, When It Was His Turn At The Table, He D Connect With His Readers The Experience Has Been Even Revealing Than He D HopedIn This Hilarious And Perceptive Essay, The Celebrated Humorist Reflects On The Unusual Patterns Of Forced Socialization Between Author And Audience, And The Obligations And Sometimes Surprising Returns Of Not So Chance Encounters With Strangers Jokes, Secrets, Insights, And Even Charity


10 thoughts on “Themes and Variations

  1. Julie Ehlers Julie Ehlers says:

    This essay was only about 15 pages long but the ratio of genuine laughs to pages was very high.


  2. Leslie Leslie says:

    Whenemails you at 12 01 am to say that David Sedaris has something new out, you one click buy it Even if it s 1.99 for 17 pages I don t make the rules This was short and snarky and felt like a tease I found it a bit mean spirited He has


  3. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Themes and Variations is anOriginal Stories nonfiction essay by the delightful David Sedaris about his book tours And, like a lot of Sedaris essays, this one is quite amusing His tours each seem to have their own themes that randomly and natur


  4. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    I ve listened to this 17 page new story by Sedaris twice so far and have laughed several times You can get it for 1.99 but if you do, you have to get the audible version of him reading it himself He s one of the best readers in the world, with great


  5. Chavelli Sulikowska Chavelli Sulikowska says:

    This was exactly the sort of book I needed to read when I read it Short, funny and contemporary After a few heavy classics, the stresses of covid 19 lock down and a debilitating ankle injury I needed something uplifting, light and positive Sedaris is a very


  6. Anne Anne says:

    A fun little taste of Sedaris at his best hilarious mixed with the bizarre Just wish it had been longer Now I finally understand why he always has long and fruitful discussions with his audiences after his readings, while signing his books.


  7. Carol (Bookaria) Carol (Bookaria) says:

    Always entertaining and funny.


  8. Kasa Cotugno Kasa Cotugno says:

    David Sedaris opens with his experience standing in line waiting for a author to sign a book, just to be in front of an admired person even if just for a second, and the betrayal he felt when given short shrift by a favorite Deciding then that he would always engage with a pers


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    Only 18 pages long, but still full of funny stories of women taking their bras off in busses, and men shoving things in their behind.


  10. Heidi Kirsch Heidi Kirsch says:

    When is he not funny and a lot naughty Too short though


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