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We met the week of the so-called Franzenfreude debate, when writer Jennifer Weiner claimed a book by a woman would never attract the kind of attention Jonathan Franzen's novel Freedom has received.
Already, the word "Franzenfreude" has entered the language.
'Franzenfreude' What a face we Brits present to America sometimes.
She was kind enough to answer my questions on giveaways and even a question on Franzenfreude.
Weiner has even come up with a phrase to describe her feelings: Franzenfreude.
Franzenfreude is taking pain in the multiple and copious reviews being showered on Jonathan Franzen.
Dederer to a nonfiction bout of Franzenfreude, making her earn attention we'd have bestowed more easily on a male writer writing, for example, about
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