Summary & Analysis of Trick Mirror: Snap Reads
Reflections on Self-Delusion | A Guide to Jia Tolentino's Book
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Acclaimed cultural critic Jia Tolentino dissects the lies we tell ourselves and the absurdity of modern life in her debut essay collection, Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion.
What does this SNAP Summary Include?
- Synopsis of the original book
- Key takeaways from each chapter
- A guide to navigating the world of feminism and self-doubt today
- Funny and insightful anecdotes
- Editorial Review
- Background on Jia Tolentino
About the Original Book:
In nine essays that are as entertaining as they are thought-provoking, Tolentino explores how once-promising systems—the internet, religion, capitalism, female celebrity, weddings—went so awry so fast. Drawing from research and the trends she has covered in her career as a feature journalist, she demonstrates how society makes it easy and gratifying to participate in ridiculous and corrupt systems and almost impossible to oppose or opt out of them. Anyone who feels that the world is growing increasingly isolating will find this book an invaluable survival guide.
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