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Bloody women

Helen FitzGerald

Bloody women

by Helen FitzGerald

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Published by Polygon in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHelen Fitzgerald
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6106.I894 B56 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination249 p. ;
Number of Pages249
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24427767M
ISBN 101846971330
ISBN 109781846971334
LC Control Number2010399266
OCLC/WorldCa428777557

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Helen Fitzgerald’s novel Bloody Women is told in three parts, and for anyone who has read any of her other books will already know that they should expect the unexpected and that the tale being told is a commentary on a world far wider than the characters that inhabit the small one inside its pages/5(25).

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These archetypes of victim and victimizer lead many of the stories to the stark objectification of a woman, usually through a scene where the woman is naked and the man. 'Bloody Women is delicious, ingenious, inventive and mordantly funny' -- Donna Moore, author of Go to Helena Handbasket 'Bloody Women is delicious, ingenious, inventive and mordantly funny.

Kira Cochrane’s Modern Women: 52 Pioneers, Zing Tsjeng’s Forgotten Women series, Hannah Jewell’s Nasty Women of History and Cathy Newman’s Bloody Brilliant Women have each endeavoured.

Blood Sisters: The Women Behind The Wars Of The Roses. out of 5. 30 review Add Your Review. Mary, determined to unite her people under “the true religion” of the land, took action by signing an act shortly before Christmas in that would result in the Marian Persecutions, in which an estimated men and 60 women were sentenced as Protestants and burned at the stake, earning her the name “Bloody Mary” forevermore.

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