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On Writing A Memoir of the Craft. Published by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc In our postmodern, porn-obsessed culture, vaginas appear to be everywhere, literally or symbolically but, crucially, they are as silenced as they are objectified. Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher. About The Author.
Revealing the Vagina: Introduction 2. Revealing the Vagina: Antecedents 3. Revealing the Vagina in Literature 4. Revealing the Vagina on Film and TV 7.
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The Vagina: A Literary and Cultural History examines the paradox of female genitalia through five fields of artistic expression: literature, film, TV, visual, and. From South Park to Kathy Acker, and from Lars Von Trier to Sex and the City, women's sexual organs are demonized. Rees traces the fascinating evolution of .
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The supposed oral tendencies of the vagina have featured in diverse cultures for a very long time indeed. Whenever a twentieth- or twenty-first-century writer or artist claims to have invented an innovative, transgressive, wittily postmodern creation by somehow autonomizing female genitals, giving them oral qualities, they are, in fact, simply making the latest contribution to a long-established tradition.
The fantasy of the lethal qualities of the vagina has its roots in the primal myth of the vagina dentata. The human mouth has many meanings because it can do many things. It was associated with that other powerful bodily orifice, the vagina, long before the term vagina dentata entered psychological and anthropological discourses, and an early manifestation of it appears in twelfth-century French fabliaux. These popular fables featured courtly, chivalric Back to Book Go to Page.