How to be a Woman - Chapters 10 - 11: I Get Married! I Get Into Fashion! Summary & Analysis

Caitlin Moran
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Caitlin begins Chapter 10 with a rant on behalf of her sister Caz, who has been in multiple weddings, each an expensive, complicated, and tedious affair, often involving traveling to distant locations (such as camping on a pig farm) and mediocre food. Caitlin believes weddings as a whole are bad for women, and women are to blame. Her first gripe with weddings is the cost: tens of thousands of dollars which could go toward something permanent, like a house. She finds it problematic that a wedding is the best day of a woman’s life – not a man’s, or any of the guests – as if this is the pinnacle of female accomplishment.

At the age of twenty-four, Caitlin herself inflicts a painful wedding on those she loves: she invites everyone to a monastery in Coventry, two...

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