Baggage: My Childhood
Brilliant, brave, controversial, combative, intellectual - just how do you become Janet Street-Porter? In this mesmerising account of growing up in post-war London there is poignancy, mystery - and a trademark black humour. BAGGAGE will touch readers at many levels; it is as edgy and fearless as Janet Street-Porter herself.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tealightful - LibraryThing
I think this book definitely wins an award of "most deceiving summary" & "most misleading false advertising". The book jacket lures you in with statements like, "tried to murder her sister" and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mephit - LibraryThing
This account takes us through Street-Porter's childhood to her late teens/early twenties. The tone of the book very much fit with her personality (as seen on tv), her voice very clear. It was funny ... Read full review