Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Off the Shelf



By Julianna Haubner    |   Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Though it’s experienced its fair share of controversy, Lena Dunham’s television series “Girls” profoundly changed the way we see and discuss women on-screen. Portraying the good, bad, and ugly of postgraduate city life—from failed relationships to body image issues and millennial malaise—the show inspired a new generation of writers—and readers—to bare all. The show has come to an end, but if you find yourself missing the wit and wisdom of Hannah Horvath, here are some books that will help you cope. READ MORE

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