Some girls

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Dutton, 1994 - Fiction - 263 pages
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Hip, fresh, and beautifully crafted, this radiant new novel by the author of Velocity explores the erotic possibilities of friendship. As a young woman struggles to come to terms with her newly-found independence after moving to New York, she is befriended by her dazzingly beautiful and mysterious neighbor.

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SOME GIRLS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The author of Velocity (1988) lives up to the acclaim of her notable debut in a sultry second novel—a visceral, earthy portrait of 1980s New York City life as seen through the eyes of a New Mexican ... Read full review

Some girls

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"She waited for her suitcase, thinking, It will be better in the city....[Riding] into the city...she knew already; the city was a terror, glossy buildings rising out of a slum, a place of anarchy ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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