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Bushnell later compiled her columns into a book, which became a bestseller when it was published in
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Bushnell has said in several interviews that the Carrie Bradshaw in her columns is her alter ego ; when she wrote the "Sex and the City" essays, she used her own name initially, but for privacy reasons, later created the character played in the series by Sarah Jessica Parker.
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