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READING: The Devil Wears Prada
Okay, I read it. Now I can complain with the rest of the journos about this book and how shallow and self-promoting it feels.
The Nanny Diaries is Mill Flanders by Henry Fielding next to this piece of frothy cheese.
Popular wisdom:
USA Today: “…Instead of being fun and frivolous, The Devil Wears Prada begins to feel like a long, tiresome trek in a pair of too-high, too-tight designer heels. ”
FashionWire Daily (via Excite Fashion & Beauty): “Overall, “The Devil Wears Prada” feels like the latest emanation from what should be called the Entitled Generation, twentysomethings who firmly believe one should never be humiliated in front of your peers for doing a bad job, people who are deeply convinced that their employers owe them affection.”