One of the most celebrated feminist texts by a British author. First published in , it created shock waves with its analyses of history, literature and popular culture. Smith drew on her own experience as one of the few women reporting on the Yorkshire Ripper murders, and looked at novels, slasher movies, Page Three, and Princess Diana, teasing out the attitudes that brought them together. The Westbourne Press. Launched in , The Westbourne Press publishes challenging and thought-provoking non-fiction in a wide spectrum of genres: history, current affairs, sexual politics, memoir, popular science, art, photography and humour.
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7 Sneaky Ways Internalized Misogyny Manifests In Our Everyday Lives
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In Joan Smith wrote two new essays for the revised edition, one of the misogynistic imagery of the Czech writer Milan Kundera and the other a commentary on the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination hearings. Essays which expose the connections between unlikely people and events to reveal the hidden passion which distorts human relations - woman-hating.
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Drawing on films, novels including those of Milan Kundera , trial reports and the royal family, the author examines the issue of misogyny. Joan Smith. Joan Smith is a novelist, journalist and critic. She is the author of the highly acclaimed Misogynies and several detective novels, two of which have been filmed by BBC television.
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