Author: Alain De Botton
Translator: Gang-ryong Lee
Hardcover / 334 pages.
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About This Book
Dr. Samuel Johnson observed that everyone's life is a subject worthy of the
biographer's art. Accused by a former girlfriend of being unable to empathize,
the narrator of Kiss & Tell takes Johnson's idea to heart and decides to write
about the next person who walks into his life.
He meets Isabel Rogers, a production assistant at a small stationery company in London, apparently an ordinary woman. But as the biographer's understanding of Isabel deepens, she becomes remarkable. Her smallest quirks, private habits, and opinions become worthy of the most painstaking investigation?and unexpectedly attractive to her biographer.
About The Author
Alain De Botton was born in Switzerland in 1969, educated at Cambridge, and lives in London. He is the author of The Romantic Movement (Picador) and How Proust Can Change Your Life. His first novel, On Love, was published in fifteen countries, and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award for Fiction.
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