The Quit

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Simon & Schuster, 1996 - Self-Help - 107 pages
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From quitting while you're ahead to quitting in the clutch, from the lingering quit to burning your bridges, Evan Harris investigates, deconstructs, and celebrates the unsung art of giving up. The Quit is a reflection on quitting as an art and a handbook for the potential quitter. With style and wit, Evan Harris liberates the quit, transforming it from vice to virtue. She describes notable quitting techniques employed by quitters past and present.

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Evan Harris founded the newsletter, Quitter Quarterly. Her essays on quitting have appeared in Harper's and The New York Times. She lives in West Hampton, NY.

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