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I was, like, totally depressed. Then I got totally wasted. Then I called this boy, and I was like, "I'm so depressed.

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That Elizabeth Wurtzel had some thing with David Foster Wallace in the nineties is the type of news flash I'd like to have failed detecting this week. Namely because to blog about Elizabeth Wurtzel is to tempt oneself to unwind the various tranches of disquietude summoned when someone like me conducts a Wurtzel Google Image Search. There's the first tranche of familiarity; I've conducted this search before; the second: I remember quickly that I will invariably, though tempted by the grainy topless shots from Bitchlike Radar before me quickly settle on the hottest color photo available, the one she used for the cover of her addiction memoir More, Now, Againeven though Wurtzel has graciously offered us photographic evidence that she has, in the intervening ohgod seven and a half years, aged.

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Contrarily, Wurtzel praises those women known for their public rebellions. Bad girls understand that there is no point in being good and suffering in silence," Wurtzel writes. After claiming that France should be laughing at America, Wurtzel manages to doom every woman, pointing out that the downfall of all women is age, and no brains can recover the sexual manipulation which women need to be successful.

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Finally, after trying many different psychotherapists, psychiatrists, and medications, she tries Prozac and it helps her rise above her despair. In the Afterword to Prozac Nationwritten for the paperback edition inWurtzel asks the question that will have occurred to many of her readers. She gives a long answer, the crux of which is:. I wanted this book to dare to be completely self-indulgent, unhesitant, and forthright in its telling of what clinical depression feels like: I wanted so very badly to write a book that felt as bad as it feels to feel this bad, to feel depressed.

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INElizabeth Wurtzel's ''Prozac Nation'' -- a grating, gripping memoir of her depression -- helped inaugurate the genre of something autobiography and turned Wurtzel into a spokeswoman for attractively anhedonic young women. But Wurtzel squandered that cache with her follow-up, ''Bitch,'' a book intended to be a trenchant ''treatise on the nature of desperate sexual manipulation. Detractors of ''Bitch'' can be forgiven for barely bothering to read the book -- it turns out that Wurtzel barely bothered to write it.

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Elizabeth Wurtzel is someone whom many blame for the current vogue in oversharing and personality-driven youthquaking. Privileged, fucked up, and, of course, pretty, Wurtzel's always had enemies whom she could dismiss, infuriatingly and with some justification, as merely jealous. Although a genuinely compelling writer and a defining voice of her generation, she's someone who's always mistaken candor as a substitute for insight.

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Already a male commentator in this newspaper has had a go at Elizabeth Wurtzel as an "all-round Bit of a Handful", speculated about her nipples and denounced her as a Manhattan opportunist. The only surprise is that he didn't call her a bitch, because in every other way he proved her point. Her bestseller Prozac Nation established Wurtzel as a Bad Girl hung up on depression and fellatio.

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Valid concerns, yes, but hardly proof that feminism has failed. Women were making fewer than 60 cents on the dollar when I was in elementary school; we can agree that the pace of change has been heartbreakingly slow while still celebrating that change has happened. And most maddeningly, she plays the navel-gazing game of placing the blame for the lack of progress on, you guessed it, women. The Third Wave is in fact going strong.

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A slight pause as she considers. Putting one's "sexual energy out there for popular consumption," she explains in the book, "no longer makes you a bimbo -- it makes you smart. Wurtzel developed a pretty bad drug habit on tour to promote her first book, the angst-wracked "Prozac Nation.

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