I found it completely exhausting. I know, I know - the book that inspired one of my favorite shows of all time is supposed to be completely different, a collection of column entries, a haphazard look at approximately a thousand characters' lives in the Big Apple, etc.
You might read it and end up liking it, I didn't.
Helen M. While at Douglass, Cobb alongside nine other Americans was selected by the Rockefeller Foundation to participate in a global conference in Italy concerning the future of higher education for women. Views Read Edit View history.
The book is nothing at all like the show in case you don't know. I quite strongly dislike it. To ask other readers questions about Sex and the Cityplease sign up.
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The problem is that it had some linear form and some non-linear form The museum's exhibition hoped to increase minority representation in the sciences by showcasing the accomplishments of people of color, including several of Cobb's findings. I had assumed that the characters; Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte as a group of friends would be in focus, like in the TV-series.