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How to Look for Love: A Refreshing New Take on Men, Women, and Romance
Ruti, Mari
SourceBooks / softcover, out of pr / 2012-03-01 / 1402264623
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304 pages
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This book was previously published in hardcover as The Case for Falling in Love.

Men and women are not as different as we've always been told. We're not from Venus or Mars; we were all born on planet Earth. Flying in the face of traditional relationship advice, How to Look for Love offers up a refreshing take in a world full of tired rules and fake games. This is an inspirational manifesto that brilliantly skewers the status quo while using everythingfrom Freud to Gossip Girl to help us rethink our notions of how love works.

'Funny and thought-provoking... an extremely refreshing take.' Publishers Weekly, starred review

Mari Ruti holds a BA from Brown, two MAs from Harvard, and a Harvard PhD in comparative literature. She earned a degree in psychoanalytic theory at the University of Paris. Currently she is an associate professor of English and critical theory at University of Toronto.

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