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Postcard Review: Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham’s memoir is a candid collection of personal essays that expose “what she’s learned” in her life with style and humour that cuts bone deep – and not always in a pleasant way. 103 more words


Lena Dunham is the Coolest

We love Lena Dunham for her candid take on life in your twenties. The indie movie Tiny Furniture and then the T.V. show Girls showed the unglamorous, unapologetic and more realistic version of life out of college (more so than say, Sex and the City). 179 more words

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Snowed in September

I know it’s still September
but I feel snowed in

It was even unusually warm today
– not remotely near snowy temperature -
but I feel snowed in… 312 more words

Tiny Furniture (2010): "I'm in a postgraduate delirium."

Lena Dunham’s directorial debut, Tiny Furniture (2010) is an independent comedy/drama about a young woman named Aura, played by Dunham herself, who returns home after graduating from college and is set the hard task of finding out where to go from there. 860 more words

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In defense of Lena Dunham's dress

I first became a fan of Miss Dunham after stumbling across her film Tiny Furniture on Netflix a few years back. The movie was a painfully relatable tale about a young woman adjusting to life after college, a subject which has been examined and retold close to 100 million times. 320 more words