In Clothes Called Fat
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In Clothes Called Fat

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From the pen of Moyoco Anno comes a stunning tale of self-image and self-loathing. In Clothes Called Fat details the lives of young women earnestly revealing the struggles women may have with their bodies and sexuality. Noko appears to be living a great life, she's got a good job and a loving boyfriend, but beneath a thin veneer is a young woman who is struggling with her self-image and self-confidence as she fights to keep her weight down. To Noko, being 5 pounds overweight means being miles away from happiness in her lovelife and in her work-place.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 145 x 210 x 19.05mm | 283g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Translation
  • 1 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1939130433
  • 9781939130433
  • 40,152

About Moyoco Anno

Tokyo native Moyoco Anno was born March 26, 1971. Known as one of the major names in Japanese women's comics, she is equally known for her iconic fashion designs and as a fashion writer. Her manga and books have attained considerable popularity among young women in Japan. Though she primarily writes manga for women, her most popular title in the west is Sugar Sugar Rune, which was targeted at primary school-aged girls. In a recent Japanese poll, she was voted the eighth most popular manga artist among females and thirteen in the general category. Most of her works have been adapted for film or TV, including SAKURAN, Hataraki-Man, and Sugar Sugar Rune. In 2005, Anno's Sugar Sugar Rune won the comic artist the prestigious Kodansha Comics Award.
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Rating details

730 ratings
3.44 out of 5 stars
5 16% (114)
4 34% (245)
3 35% (256)
2 12% (85)
1 4% (30)
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