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Reading 'Sex and the City'

by Maureen Puffer-Rothenberg on June 3, 2010 in Odum Library

Reading Sex and the City is a collection of essays about the popular TV show.

“The book covers a wide array of topics, such as the symbiotic relationship between fashion and costume, and historical representations (by Woody Allen and Theodore Dreiser, among others) of single New York women. Some writers criticize the show’s image of men and the instances of lesbian homoeroticism, claiming both detract from the celebration of women, sex and gay life. Others enjoy walking in Carrie’s Manolo Blahniks.”–Publishers Weekly

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