The Girl wants to

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Coach House Press, 1993 - Fiction - 208 pages
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Thirty-nine female writers and artists explore contemporary female sexuality.

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THE GIRL WANTS TO: Women's Representations of Sex and the Body

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A ripe, raunchy, romantic collection that laughs in the face of standard notions of female sexuality. Thirty-nine writers and artists, both famous and unknown, demonstrate women taking control of ... Read full review

Contents

KATHYACKER
3
NICOLE BROSSARD
21
REBECCA BROWN
36
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About the author (1993)

Lynn Crosbie was born in Montreal. She earned a Ph. D in English Literature from the University of Toronto. Crosby is a cultural critic, and the author of four books of poetry: Miss Pamela's Mercy, VillainElle, Pearl and Queen Rat. Her collection of poems, Pearl, was shortlisted for the Pat Lowther Memorial Award. She is also the author of the controversial book, Paul's Case and the editor of The Girl Wants To and Click. Crosbie teaches at the Ontario College of Art and the University of Toronto.