REVIEW: The First Bad Man by Miranda July - Electric LiteratureThe First Bad Man by Miranda July begins with a look at the mindset and perspective of Cheryl Glickman, a woman past the middle of her life but certainly not near death. Cheryl narrates the story of how she came to have her son. She was involved heavily with a self-defense course taught through her town, and managed to keep her time filled through her work with that organization. She was remarkably efficient - if a little awkward - in social settings. As the reader gets a look into her home life it becomes clear that Cheryl had a need for control, as she only used certain plates and dishes for food, organized her clothing and the like.
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The First Bad Man
Cheryl Glickman has a psychosomatic lump in her throat that sometimes prevents her from swallowing. Her ideal is unruffled contentment. She is, it turns out, a terrible guest. The abuse becomes consensual when Cheryl learns how to fight back, and then it becomes erotic. Like many of us, July seems to have unbridled daydreams.
The First Bad Man by Miranda July review – strenuously quirky Miranda July's strenuously quirky first novel, is a peculiar woman of peculiar.
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