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Dora: A Headcase de Lidia Yuknavitch
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Dora: A Headcase (original: 2012; edição: 2012)

de Lidia Yuknavitch (Autor)

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Dora: A Headcase is a contemporary coming-of-age story based on Freud's famous case study--retold and revamped through Dora's point of view, with shotgun blasts of dark humor and sexual play. Ida needs a shrink . . . or so her philandering father thinks, and he sends her to a Seattle psychiatrist. Immediately wise to the head games of her new shrink, whom she nicknames Siggy, Ida begins a coming-of-age journey. At the beginning of her therapy, Ida, whose alter ego is Dora, and her small posse of pals engage in "art attacks." Ida's in love with her friend Obsidian, but when she gets close to intimacy, she faints or loses her voice. Ida and her friends hatch a plan to secretly film Siggy and make an experimental art film. But something goes wrong at a crucial moment--at a nearby hospital Ida finds her father suffering a heart attack. While Ida loses her voice, a rough cut of her experimental film has gone viral, and unethical media agents are hunting her down. A chase ensues in which everyone wants what Ida has.… (mais)
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Título:Dora: A Headcase
Autores:Lidia Yuknavitch (Autor)
Informação:Hawthorne Books (2012), Edition: Original, 240 pages
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Batshit marvellous.

I wept and I vomited. ( )
  mjhunt | Jan 22, 2021 |
Easy read. Fun NSFW language. I would definitely recommend it to my feminist friends or anyone that works with teenage girls. ( )
  nsol | Dec 21, 2020 |
This is a madcap sort of coming of age novel for a troubled Seattle teen sent to a psychiatrist - who is an incarnation of Sigmund Freud. The whole echoes Freud's famous Dora case. I enjoyed it a lot - more so, having read up on the real Freud's Dora. Yuknavitch's memoir was better though. Full review on my blog here https://annabookbel.net/20-books-of-summer-lidia-yuknavitch-dora-st-aubyn-mother... ( )
  gaskella | Aug 6, 2020 |
I definitely liked this book a lot. I enjoyed her "writing as a teen" writing and definitely enjoy the perspective of the teen. I wanted to like it even MOAR but it just didn't give me the greater-knowledge-of-the-meaning-of-life feeling that I usually seek out of 5's. I know, high expectations. ( )
  nheredia05 | Jun 12, 2018 |
Maybe 2.5 stars. Like many here I read [b:The Chronology of Water|9214995|The Chronology of Water|Lidia Yuknavitch|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1336629501s/9214995.jpg|14094773]and was amazed by it. This felt like "more of the same" but not in a good way, sort of like I enjoyed Damned by Chuck Palahniuk but Doomed felt like I was being beaten up again for no good reason. Also I think I'm kind of over the overprivileged yet neglected child of disengaged vaguely moronic parents goes wild thing. Does it happen? Of course. Is it enjoyable to read about over and over again. No.

That said, I'm still looking forward to reading more by Yuknavitch. ( )
  CydMelcher | Feb 5, 2016 |
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Dora: A Headcase is a contemporary coming-of-age story based on Freud's famous case study--retold and revamped through Dora's point of view, with shotgun blasts of dark humor and sexual play. Ida needs a shrink . . . or so her philandering father thinks, and he sends her to a Seattle psychiatrist. Immediately wise to the head games of her new shrink, whom she nicknames Siggy, Ida begins a coming-of-age journey. At the beginning of her therapy, Ida, whose alter ego is Dora, and her small posse of pals engage in "art attacks." Ida's in love with her friend Obsidian, but when she gets close to intimacy, she faints or loses her voice. Ida and her friends hatch a plan to secretly film Siggy and make an experimental art film. But something goes wrong at a crucial moment--at a nearby hospital Ida finds her father suffering a heart attack. While Ida loses her voice, a rough cut of her experimental film has gone viral, and unethical media agents are hunting her down. A chase ensues in which everyone wants what Ida has.

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