Best White and Other AnxiousDelusions

Best White and Other AnxiousDelusions Rebecca Davis has been described as one of the funniest writers in South Africa today Her razor sharp wit combines with her acute powers of observation to produce social and political commentary that

  • Title: Best White and Other AnxiousDelusions
  • Author: RebeccaDavis
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  • Page: 395
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  • Rebecca Davis has been described as one of the funniest writers in South Africa today Her razor sharp wit combines with her acute powers of observation to produce social and political commentary that will have you in stitches even as it informs and provokes you to think seriously about the topics she discusses In Best White, Davis offers advice on life s tricky issues dRebecca Davis has been described as one of the funniest writers in South Africa today Her razor sharp wit combines with her acute powers of observation to produce social and political commentary that will have you in stitches even as it informs and provokes you to think seriously about the topics she discusses In Best White, Davis offers advice on life s tricky issues discusses the perils of being a Best White laments the fact that society does not have a universally adopted form of greeting, such as the high five explores the intricacies of social media and internet dating considers the future of reading and tackles a range of controversial topics in between.

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    1. I did enjoy this. First, the writing was quite good. Often I find South African writers (not sure if it's the editing or what) come across less polished than writers from overseas, which was certainly not the case in this instance. Having been exposed to Rebecca's wit on Twitter and based on the reviews and blurbs I've seen, I did expect it to be a little more humorous. Don't get me wrong: some chapters were very funny; but some not-so-much. That said, I think there is a little something in ther [...]



    2. I've not encountered much of Davis's writing before - the odd article on the Daily Maverick - and I'm not on Twitter so haven't read her there. This is very much for South African audiences though. It was amusing, but didn't make me laugh out loud - except in the high 5 chapter. All in all, a nice easy read - the short chapters made it easy to finish a section on my bus ride, or get in a quick read before bed on a late night.



    3. Funny and irreverent. This is a nice quick read that is very enjoyable. The book is made up of essays which are musings by Rebecca Davis on a bunch of different things. Probably more for South African audiences but I think almost anyone picking this book up will enjoy it. I really had a good laugh reading this. I would definitely buy another book by Rebecca Davis if she writes one.


    4. this book is based on honesty, a penchant for critical inquiry (the sanctity of nursery rhymes for me has been breached forever), hilarious satire, incisive social and political commentary, and an undeniable grasp on the frailty of life. buying a paperback copy for my library.


    5. I initially assumed that Rebecca Davis had written a series of humorous anecdotes, then when I was part way through I realized that the book contained many ‘truths’ – We need to be able to laugh at ourselves and our heritage - Some of it is certainly a comic story.


    6. Gave this book to a select group of hard-to-please friends. Unanimous praise followed. I now add my voice to theirs. Recommended as a read-aloud to somebody you are close to. Rebecca davis - I like the way she thinks.



    7. It's funny because it's true!On point in so many respects, without getting too serious. Why do I have to reach a word count on a review? I'm not the writer here!





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