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Now I Know Everything Hardcover – February 21, 1995. Postman's witty first novel is based on his own experience at Glamour magazine, where for four years he was the anonymous male voice behind the column "Jake: A Man's View.

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Now I know everything. Andrew Postman, son of Neil Postman, is the author of five books. His work appears in numerous publications. Would-be novelist Andrew is hired to write a column for a glossy women's magazine. He is supposed to project a man's vulnerability and sensitivity in discussing etiquette, orgasms, and more. Библиографические данные. Now I Know Everything. Издание: перепечатанное. 042515341X, 9780425153413.

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An earnest, good-natured sex comedy for the '90s, starring a man trying to make it in a woman's world. Our hero's romantic struggles inspire columns and eventually a novel; this one in fact-a smart mix of good advice and urban wit that's sure to be a hit with both sexes and the people who love them.

NOW I KNOW EVERYTHING By Andrew Postman. It's a steamy spring evening, and Andrew Postman, a struggling writer, cocktail lounge piano player and sexual-safari leader, is about to conquer the earth. Having completed amorous liaisons at several New York tourist sites (the Staten Island Ferry, the Wonder Wheel at Coney Island, the monument garden in left center field at Yankee Stadium), Andrew and his co-conspirator, Julie, are set to deflower the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows

Andrew Postman, Neil’s son, is the author of five books, including the novel Now I Know Everything.

Andrew Postman, Neil’s son, is the author of five books, including the novel Now I Know Everything. For several years he was a monthly columnist for Glamour and his work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and New York Magazine, among numerous publications.

Now I know everything

Now I know everything. Postman's hero, named Andrew Postman, is a bookish, smart-alecky, and struggling writer who gets his big break when he becomes Vince, the pseudonymous author of ""Vince: A Man's View,"" in an unnamed, yet ""glamorous"" women's magazine. Every month he is to dispense knowledge about what the new, sensitive man really wants from women, and what women should expect in return. Unfortunately, he has little to write about since he's just been dumped by his girlfriend.

Andrew Postman has written nine books, including the novel Now I Know Everything. He lives in Brooklyn. A man who faints at the sight of blood prepares to become a father. Copied! Hear Stories By Andrew Postman. Look Away - Or Don't. Board & Committees. Code of Ethics and Conduct.

An earnest, good-natured sex comedy for the '90s, starring a man trying to make it in a woman's world. Our hero's romantic struggles inspire columns and eventually a novel; this one in fact--a smart mix of good advice and urban wit that's sure to be a hit with both sexes and the people who love them.

Now I Know Everything epub download

ISBN13: 978-0517599402

ISBN: 0517599406

Author: Andrew Postman

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Crown; 1st edition (February 21, 1995)

Pages: 246 pages

ePUB size: 1211 kb

FB2 size: 1537 kb

Rating: 4.1

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Nawenadet
I really enjoyed this book. It's a New York City time-capsule, obviously written by a native, a love letter to a city and a woman, full of wit and genuine heart.
Nawenadet
I really enjoyed this book. It's a New York City time-capsule, obviously written by a native, a love letter to a city and a woman, full of wit and genuine heart.
Hellmaster
I picked up this first novel at a used book sale (perfect condition; price $3) shortly after it was published. I did not get around to reading it until a couple of weeks ago. The tone of the book was sort of "Seinfeld" crossed with "Sex and the City," or maybe more accurately, "Seinfeld" if it had been on cable TV.

It is set in NYC in the 1990's. That part is nice, but the protagonist was not enjoyable to me. I have been trying to find out if this Andrew Postman is the same Andrew Postman who gave the eulogy at his famous father's funeral (Neil Postman). The eulogy was one of the most sensitive pieces of writing I ever read. If the author of this book is indeed the same Andrew Postman, I wish he would have injected this first novel with the same humanity as was in that eulogy.
Hellmaster
I picked up this first novel at a used book sale (perfect condition; price $3) shortly after it was published. I did not get around to reading it until a couple of weeks ago. The tone of the book was sort of "Seinfeld" crossed with "Sex and the City," or maybe more accurately, "Seinfeld" if it had been on cable TV.

It is set in NYC in the 1990's. That part is nice, but the protagonist was not enjoyable to me. I have been trying to find out if this Andrew Postman is the same Andrew Postman who gave the eulogy at his famous father's funeral (Neil Postman). The eulogy was one of the most sensitive pieces of writing I ever read. If the author of this book is indeed the same Andrew Postman, I wish he would have injected this first novel with the same humanity as was in that eulogy.
Quttaro
The protagonist takes over the role of "Vince", writer of the male viewpoint column in a national women's magazine. Anyone who has read magazines such as Glamour, Mademoiselle and so on will be amused to read how these articles are produced-- assigning different names and occupations to the same four friends he calls for quotes every month. Although his personal life is full of complications, the parts about writing as "Vince" are what makes the book worthwhile.
Quttaro
The protagonist takes over the role of "Vince", writer of the male viewpoint column in a national women's magazine. Anyone who has read magazines such as Glamour, Mademoiselle and so on will be amused to read how these articles are produced-- assigning different names and occupations to the same four friends he calls for quotes every month. Although his personal life is full of complications, the parts about writing as "Vince" are what makes the book worthwhile.