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The smoking book [electronic resource] /Lesley Stern.

By: Stern, Lesley.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1999Description: 1 online resource (ix, 238 p.).ISBN: 0226773329 (electronic bk.); 9780226773322 (electronic bk.); 9780226773308; 0226773302.Subject(s): Stern, Lesley | Cigarette smokers -- Fiction | Tobacco habit -- Fiction | Smoking -- Fiction | Smoking | Smoking -- Philosophy | Cigarette smokers -- Biography | Cigarette smokers -- Psychology | Cigarette smokers -- Social life and customs | Tobacco farms -- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History | Electronic books | Electronic books | საზოგადოებრივი ცხოვრება და ზნე-ჩვეულებებიGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 823 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: The Smoking Book is a dreamlike structure built on the solid foundation of two questions: how does it feel to smoke, and what does smoking mean? Lesley Stern, in an innovative, hybrid form of writing, muses on these questions through intersecting stories and essays that connect, expand, and contract like smoke rings floating through the air. Stern writes of addictions and passionate attachments, of the body and bodily pleasure, of autobiography and cultural history. Smoking is Stern's seductive pretext, her way of entering unknown and mysterious regions. The Smoking Book begins with intimate a.
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The Smoking Book is a dreamlike structure built on the solid foundation of two questions: how does it feel to smoke, and what does smoking mean? Lesley Stern, in an innovative, hybrid form of writing, muses on these questions through intersecting stories and essays that connect, expand, and contract like smoke rings floating through the air. Stern writes of addictions and passionate attachments, of the body and bodily pleasure, of autobiography and cultural history. Smoking is Stern's seductive pretext, her way of entering unknown and mysterious regions. The Smoking Book begins with intimate a.

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