Vintage (1994), 560 pages
Now in paperback, a selection of essays from this author, whose subjects range from Germaine Greer and Princess Diana through to the Clintons, Madonna and D.H. Lawrence. Originally published by Viking in March 1995.
LibraryThing member syntheticvox
Is Camille on to something or is she just stirring the pot? Culture commentary of the literary and academic kind, Camille is not nice to fellow professors, women who complain about white collar sexism, or folks offended by sex, though she has enough humor to print various cartoons poking fun that have come out over the years.
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560 p.; 5.2 inches
0679751203 / 9780679751205
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