The Fran Lebowitz Reader

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The Fran Lebowitz Reader
Author Fran Lebowitz
Country United States
Language English
Genre Essays
Published 1994 (Vintage Books, Random House)
Media type Print
Pages 352

The Fran Lebowitz Reader is a 1994 collection of comedic essays by writer Fran Lebowitz.[1][2][3]

The book is a compilation of essays from Lebowitz's previous bestsellers Metropolitan Life from 1978 and 1981's Social Studies.[4]

The book was reissued to include reference to the Martin Scorsese documentary film Public Speaking, which illustrates the life and work of Lebowitz.

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