Trick Mirror

Trick Mirror Trick Mirror is an enlightening, unforgettable trip through the river of self delusion that surges just beneath the surface of our lives This is a book about the incentives that shape us, and about how hard it is to see ourselves clearly in a culture that revolves around the self In each essay, Jia writes about the cultural prisms that have shaped her the rise of the nightmare social internet the American scammer as millennial hero the literary heroine s journey from brave to blank to bitter the mandate that everything, including our bodies, should always be getting efficient and beautiful until we die. Download Trick Mirror – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 303 pages
  • Trick Mirror
  • Jia Tolentino
  • English
  • 25 May 2017
  • 0525510540

10 thoughts on “Trick Mirror

  1. says:

    I d read Jia Tolentino s grocery lists if she let me.

  2. says:

    Lucid and enlightening, the essays of Jia Tolentino s debut collection Trick Mirror Reflections on Self Delusion consider what it means for Millennial women to navigate a culture of spectacle, scam, and oppression In sharp prose across nine essays Tolentino takes on everything from the troubling rise of athleisure to America s obsession with reality television, difficult women, and weddings sketching brilliant fragments of cultural history for the digital age, the author demystifies perplexin Luc...

  3. says:

    Recently my rad friend B and I got into it about Roxanne Gay s Bad Feminist, which I loudly do not like B argued that it was wrong of me to judge it so harshly because I was not taking into account the deep biases I bring to my own reading I remain unrepentant because those essays are extremely bad, but I do acknowledge that I am only a combination of my life s influences I grew up solidly middle class, I am a cis het woman and a Jew of European heritage, I went to a good liberal arts college Recently my rad friend B and I got into it about Roxanne Gay s Bad Feminist, which I loudly do not like B argued that it was wrong of me to judge it so harshly because I was not taking into account the deep biases I bring to my own reading I remain unrepentant because those essays are extremely bad, but I do acknowledge that I am only a combination of my life s influences I grew up solidly middle class, I am a cis het woman and a Jew of European heritage, I went to a good liberal arts college, and white American intellectual values are the waters in which I have always steeped So perhaps when I say something utterly subjective like those essays are extremely bad, I do only mean that they re...

  4. says:

    4.5 starsI have to start this review by sharing that when I finished the last essay of Trick Mirror, I Thee Dread, I literally started clapping and whisper screaming oh my god, Jia really did that and ugh, queen of delivering a fatal blow to the capitalist patriarchal wedding industrial complex, we stan a self aware icon Mind you, this fanboying took place while I sat alone on my couch in my apartment, where I m typing this review right now I Thee Dread serves both as an essay about ho 4.5 starsI have to start this review by sharing that when I finished the last essay of Trick Mirror, I Thee Dread, I literally started clapping and whisper screaming oh my god, Jia really did that and ugh, queen of delivering a fatal blow to the capitalist patriarchal wedding industrial complex, we stan a self aware icon Mind you, this fanboying took place while I sat alone on my couch in my apartment, where I m typing this review right now I Thee Dread serves both as an essay about how Jia Tolentino has never wanted to get married and an analysis o...

  5. says:

    I don t know if I m going to have the time to write about this in the depth I would like, so I will just say that I finished Trick Mirror feeling I d probably read any article Jia Tolentino writes about any topic, and I d definitely read her memoirs The personal stories woven through these essays bring the book to vibrant life The autobiographical essays tend to be the strongest, particularly Reality TV Me , in which Tolentino revisits her experience of competing on a TV show at the age of 16 I don t know if I m going to have the time to write about this in the depth I would like, so I will just say that I finished Trick Mirror feeling I d probably read any article Jia Tolentino writes about any topic, and I d definitely read her memoirs The personal stories woven through these essays bring the book to vibrant life The autobiographical essays tend to be the strongest, particularly Reality TV Me , in which Tolentino revisits her experience of competing on a TV show at the age of 16 this essay could easily pass as a brilliant short story We Come from Old Virginia , in which she reckons with the controversial history of her alma mater, the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and Ecstasy , about religion and drugs, in which she writes...

  6. says:

    I really loved this I ve been reading Jia Tolentino s stuff ever since she started at Jezebel we re roughly the same age and she got assigned stuff I was guaranteed to click on, so I ve read a fair amount Some of her NYer pieces were even better, after she was freed from needing to write in Internet witty speak all the time and could show other tricks and styles she had up her sleeve And I d say those two voices and experiences are about equally on display here, to mostly utterly fantastic e I really loved this I ve been reading Jia Tolentino s stuff ever since she started at Jezebel we re roughly the same age and she got assigned stuff I was guaranteed to click on, so I ve read a fair amount Some of her NYer pieces were even better, after she was freed from needing to write in Internet witty speak all the time and could show other tricks and styles she had up her sleeve And I d say those two voices and experiences are about equally on display here, to mostly utterly fantastic effect.Seriously though, some of this was straight up brilliant The I in Internet and Always Be Optimizing, should be read in college classes and debated on tv by public intellectuals, if this country had such a thing Optimizing in particular hit me where I lived and I read it several times over There s a great excerpt of it in The Guardian from a few weeks ago that you should all check out I thought Story of a Generation in Seven...

  7. says:

    It took me a while to get used to Jia Tolentino s style of writing the essays jump around a bit at times and get a little stream of consciousness y but there are some real gems in this collection For me she s at her best when talking about social media, gender, women and media, ...

  8. says:

    RTC An essay collection that s Fresh, Brilliant, Cerebrally Stimulating and Boundary Expanding for this Gen X male, to be sure The New Yorker has to be proud to have Jia Tolento as its millennial cultural critic For the first time since I do not recall when, I am fired up abo...

  9. says:

    If the attendees of my gay book club and various members of grouptexts are any indication, the Jia hype is for real She has become something of a tribune for the millennial generation funny and razor sharp, introspective and curious, she writes in a way that very often feels inspired I followed Jia as she developed through stints at the Awl, the Hairpin, Jezebel, and finally the New Yorker, where she seems to have finally encountered an audience commensurate to her talents and the importance If the attendees of my gay book club and various members of grouptexts are any indication, the Jia hype is for real She has become something of a tribune for the millennial generation funny and razor sharp, introspective and curious, she writes in a way that very often feels inspired I followed Jia as she developed through stints at the Awl, the Hairpin, Jezebel, and finally the New Yorker, where she seems to have finally encountered an audience commensurate to her talents and the importance of the issues she grapples with Reading this book was a bit surreal not only does Jia s work resonate as someone who belongs to the generation whose interests and experience are central to her writing, but we also ran in similar circles at the same college It s odd enough to have someone describe the hone...

  10. says:

    Fantastic The nine essays in this razor sharp collection circle around the notions of identity and the self that have become all important and inescapable in the Internet era With remarkable clarity and her formidable intellect, Tolentino highlights the distortions and self delusions that have festered on digital platforms and begun to spread into our analog lives ...

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