Working Girls: An Illustrated History of the Oldest Profession

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Bloomsbury, 1991 - Prostitutes - 156 pages
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Explores the sexual politics of prostitution, by calling on evidence from prostitutes, clients and reformers from the last three centuries. The author's other books include A Fine Anger, Between Earth and Sky and The Cinderella Story.

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About the author (1991)

Neil Philip is a writer, folklorist and poet. He is married to the artist Emma Bradford, and lives in the Cotswolds, England. Neil loves words, poetry, and the art of storytelling in all its forms. Among his many books are A Fine Anger, Victorian Village Life, The Cinderella Story, The Penguin Book of English Folktales, Mythology (with Philip Wilkinson), The Great Mystery, War and the Pity of War, The New Oxford Book of Childrens Verse, The Tale of Sir Gawain, Horse Hooves & Chicken Feet, and The Adventures of Odysseus. Neil has contributed to numerous journals, including The Times, and Signal: Approaches to Childrens Books, and has also written for stage, screen, and radio. His work has won numerous awards and honours, including the Aesop Award of the American Folklore Society and the Literary Criticism Book Award of the Childrens Literature Association.

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