Dispatches From the Nut Farm

Book - 2011
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A volume of biting essays, recipes, and spiritual revelations by the actress and comedienne exposes the ridiculous in everything from class warfare and feminism to anti-depressants and Kabbalah.
Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2011
Edition: First Gallery Books hardcover edition
ISBN: 9781439154823
Branch Call Number: 817 Ro
Description: xv, 284 pages ; 24 cm


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Jan 08, 2014

I loved it! Roseanne is great...funny & thoughtful at the same time. However, the cover design leaves a lot to be desired.

Jan 08, 2014

I loved this book. Yes, as other reviewers have mentioned, Roseanne may ramble a bit at ties, but if you read it with an open mind, you will find that within her humor, she asks some very profound that gets the reader thinking. The more of her writings I read, the more respect I have for her as a woman who truly cares about humanity!

This book I borrowed for my mom, she didn't tell me her thoughts on it. I tried reading it but stopped once she began writing a lot of strange stuff.

bethcarswell Jul 19, 2011

Roseanne Barr is kind of a nut job, and this memoir is rambling and strange and occasionally really makes a person wonder about her mental well-being, and that if this is what they left in....what was edited out? Still, she's charming and endearing in some ways, and I keep reading. Then again, I have a hard time quitting a book.


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