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The Friend Who Got Away

Twenty Women"s True Life Tales of Friendships that Blew Up, Burned Out or Faded Away

by Jenny Offill

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Published by Doubleday .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7441013M
ISBN 100385511868
ISBN 109780385511865
OCLC/WorldCa56510319

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  To the friend who threw me away, I may be a little bitter but broken hearts and bitterness go hand in hand. I have had this happen too many times to count so you would think I could sniff out the bad eggs. I think I seek out people like you. People who at the time want to be the best of friends. Get this from a library! The friend who got away: twenty women's true-life tales of friendships that blew up, burned out, or faded away. [Jenny Offill; Elissa Schappell;] -- Losing a friend can be as painful and agonizing as a divorce or the end of a love affair, yet it is rarely written about or even discussed. This is the first anthology to address this near-universal.


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In Sarah's unhappy home her mother is agoraphobic and.