The book “Fifty things that aren’t my fault : essays from the grown-up years,” by Katie Gazwight
Fifty Things Is Not My Fault is a heartfelt adulthood by Katie Gazowite, a famous American cartoonist translated by Sonia Singh. In this book, Gazavit deals with the problems and concerns of his gender in today’s world.
About the book Fifty things that aren’t my fault : essays from the grown-up years,
Katie Gazette wrote the book Fifty Things Is Not My Fault after retiring, and the book was well received by audiences from the outset.
This book has a comprehensive and punctual view of women’s issues in today’s society. Of course, the Gazette community is an American community, but today, with the increasing trend of globalization, the problems of women are no longer related to a specific society, but the problems and issues of women in the world community are very similar to each other.
In this book, Gazavit looks at the issues and concerns of women, regardless of their age, and this may be the reason for the popularity of her book. That the reader feels some of these problems at any point in life and is unable to express them. Gazavit has become the language of women, and in the book Fifty Things, which is not my fault, he has brought these problems with that special tone and humor, and he has spoken about them recklessly and honestly.
It is encouraging to know that other women all over the world are experiencing the same problems as us and that we are not alone.
To whom do we recommend reading the book Fifty Things That Is Not My Fault?
All women of all ages, races and colors and in every society are the audience of this book.
Part of the book Fifty things that aren’t my fault : essays from the grown-up years,
Life is different for girls.
Our lives take longer.
Our lives are more complicated.
Our lives are full of commitments and expectations that take a lot of time from us, ruin our energy and spirit, and leave us with nothing but feelings of tiredness and insecurity and lack of self-confidence and loneliness.
And I can not stand it anymore.
In my five-pound bag, I’m looking for a one-pound wallet.
It’s not my fault that I have only one credit card in my wallet and dozens of membership cards from different stores, and if one day I can find one of them, I can get a discount from its store when I buy it.
It’s not my fault that I have to carry these membership cards with me because they did not enter my phone number at the time of purchase.
It is not my fault that when I tried to register my phone at the time of purchase, I was told that I had already registered with this phone and I did not remember the password, because I did not write down its identity for fear of thieves.
It was not my fault that I did not change my password, because then I would have to check my email to enter the new password, and then my eyes would fall on the small number on the top right that said I had 7038 unchecked emails.
The naughty man who stood in the box behind me is now in the food delivery line behind me. I feel the weight of his gaze on me. His untidy eyebrows go up in surprise when he sees the contents of his handbag and my purse on the counter. I turn slowly to him again, a free 100-gram jacquard tucked between his rough fingers with those unmanicured nails that seem to be a symbol of superiority; The symbol of membership in an indefinite club that no girl will ever be able to join.
I shout: “It’s not my fault !!”
I drag myself home while the window glass is pulled down. I smell the possibility of innocence; Deep, long breaths. I pass by small, one-story shopping malls and car parks full of cars; A suburb of Los Angeles full of hungry people and the atmosphere of what happened to me in the food queue.
What happened was exactly the opposite of my personality and mood.
Fifty Things is not my fault The book has a comprehensive and punctual view of women’s problems, regardless of their age, and perhaps the reason for the book’s popularity is that the reader can feel the problems at any point in life, but is unable to express them. Hear someone else. It is encouraging to know that other women all over the world are experiencing the same problems as us and that we are not alone.
Each chapter of the book Fifty Things is not my fault, at the same time as it brings tears to the reader’s eyes, it makes the reader laugh with bitter humor and makes him feel light and entertains him well. This book acts as a friend to the reader, understands him / her and knows well what to say when he / she is upset and insecure to calm him / her down and reminds him / her to never forget to laugh.
2- Introducing the book Fifty things that aren’t my fault : essays from the grown-up years, in Aparat