The Romance Revolution: Erotic Novels for Women and the Quest for a New Sexual Identity

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University of Illinois Press, 1987 - Literary Criticism - 259 pages

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It is a brilliant piece of work depicting objectively the revolution in romance, the historical criticism associated with the subject, the need and importance for the role of women and sex in quest for a new sexual identity in literature. A must read for everyone wishing to understand and appreciate the human side to feelings.
Syed Hussain, Ph.D

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About the author (1987)

Carol Thurston has a Ph.D. in communications, has taught journalism, and has served as a political speechwriter. As a journalist, she has traveled widely from France, Germany, and the Netherlands to Morocco, writing about science as well as political issues. Thurston lives in Austin, Texas, and is currently at work on her next novel.

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