The Rites of Man: Love, Sex and Death in the Making of the Male

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Paladin, 1992 - Masculinity - 329 pages
Questioning the constituents of manhood, the book traces the stages of man's life in an analysis of the ordeals and rituals of the male. The author draws on history, literature, psychology and science as well as interviews with men to understand the roots of male aggression.

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LOVE, SEX, DEATH, AND THE MAKING OF THE MALE

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The lurid title suits this swift, wry, anecdotal survey of the pitiful confusion that Miles (The Women's History of the World, 1989; Women and Power, 1986) finds in the lives of adult men ... Read full review

Contents

SONGS OF INNOCENCE
25
SONGS OF EXPERIENCE
63
MAN AND SUPERMAN
153
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