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Author: Dan Greenberg
ISBN: 0671467352
Language: English
Publisher: Pocket (May 1, 1983)
Rating: 4.3
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Daniel Bergner has written a keenly intelligent book about a subject that often exceeds our intelligence: What Do Women Want? (Gay Talese).

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Daniel Bergner has written a keenly intelligent book about a subject that often exceeds our intelligence: What Do Women Want? (Gay Talese). New York magazine (New York magazine).

What Do Women Want? book. BOOKS: Dan's 73 books have been published in 24 countries. His adult best-sellers include EXES, LOVE KILLS, HOW TO BE A JEWISH MOTHER, HOW TO MAKE YOURSELF MISERABLE, and HOW TO AVOID LOVE AND MARRIAGE. How to be a Jewish Mother sold several million copies. It and How to Make Yourself Miserable were in print for 30 years and were on Publishers Weekly’s list of all-time DAN GREENBURG BIO.

In his new book, What Do Women Want?, which appears .

In reading this book, I was reminded of the columnist Dan Savage’s long-running contention that heterosexual couples would have more stable relationships if they had a less rigid devotion to the ideal of monogamy. But Bergner doesn’t linger on the puzzles of long-term couplehood.

What do women want? by. Greenburg, Dan. Publication date. no toc this book have a narrow margins cut the text in some pages. New York : Pocket Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

What Women Want is a 2000 American romantic fantasy comedy film written by Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa, and Diane Drake, directed by Nancy Meyers, and starring Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt. A loose remake, What Men Want starring Taraji P. Henson and Aldis Hodge came out in early 2019.

His new book, What Do Women Want? Adventures in the Science of Female Desire, offers some surprising insights. I had done an earlier book about desire. TIME spoke with him about his discoveries about female sexual desire. What made you want to write this book? I had done an earlier book about desire.

Do women really crave intimacy and emotional connection?

In What Do Women Want? (2011) Daniel Bergner casts doubt on common preconceptions about women’s desires.

In What Do Women Want? (2011) Daniel Bergner casts doubt on common preconceptions about women’s desires. We may only just be beginning to uncover what women really want. Anyone who wants to understand women better.

A novel about the war between the sexes that offers laughs and clear-eyed perspective on contemporary life
Comments (4)
I read this book in 1995 as a young adult and laughed nearly the entire way through. I have always been an avid reader and will tell you honestly that I have rarely read a book I don't like. I'm easily entertained and usually forget a book once I've read it. That said, this book has been one of a very few that have remained so vividly in my mind that I have never forgotten it. It is, hands down, one of the funniest books I've ever read. I wanted to keep it all to myself because it was so delicious and inappropriate and so full of characters that are just so human that I couldn't believe an author had the guts to put to paper some of the things that he did!

I've searched for this book ever since and have not been able to find it. So I was so shocked when I googled it just now...and found it! I couldn't remember the authors name or the exact wording of the title, but reading the other reviews here leaves no doubt that THIS IS THE BOOK! I can now share it with my husband and anyone else I feel is worthy of its contents as I'm a little more mature than I was 24 years ago.

I can't wait to get my hands on this again.
You are in your wife's best friend because she invited you in a pretty naughty way. She tell's you to wait a moment while she goes to her bedroom, you are very nervous and decide to take off your clothes and wait...

She call's you from the bedroom, the lights are out, you open the door, turn on the light and SUPRISE! SUPRISE! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! everybody is in the room, even your wife.

That's just the beging of this hilarious quest that will take from sharing your apartment with two young girls to an island were you will practice canivalism!

I promise you'll laugh.
This is one of the few book I would like to read again and again. Language of the book is sometime offensive but overall depth of the content is so high, that after reading you definately think that this book should have some title related to psychology book. Do not read this book in hurry. Treat this book as serious reading (Though the language is so lucide, you may think this book as another comic or just for the fun book) I bet you will complete this story in one stretch only. Hasit Dave ([email protected])
I read this book at least 15 years ago. Unfortunately I then lost my copy. Despite the passing years I have always remembered it fondly, and will now be ordering myself another copy.
Blissfully funny, you can barely turn a page without finding something to smile, gasp or say "Oh my God, no!" about. As one of the other reviewers indicated was likely, I read it cover to cover without stopping, and now can't wait to read it again.