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OMG, did you like see poetry sitting at the popular girls’ table at lunch?

June 18, 2008

Not only does Carrie Bradshaw  incite women to search for studded belts and rare Manholos, but Bradshaw’s influence extends to literature, too.  The imaginary book of love letters she was reading in bed with Big in the recent Sex and the City move (Love Letters of Great Men), sparked quite an internet searching sensation.  Abebooks.com reports hundreds and hundreds of queries about the title, and that the closest equivalent title, “Love Letters of Great Men and Women: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present Day” saw it’s ranking skyrocket to as high as no. 134 on amazon.    Vowel Movers is stoked that poetry and prose got such an excellent role in the movie. Though it’s not the hottest LV bag,  a sexy love letter is what crazy Carrie wants.

In the age of cellphones, email and instant messaging, you would think love letters would be a thing of the past but a love text message (I luv u) hardly compares to a letter from the heart. The producers of the Sex and the City movie agree and they are currently helping to revive interest in love letters.

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  1. June 19, 2008 12:52 am

    i noticed that Sex and the City has a polarizing effect on both men and women… people either love the movie or they hate it

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