Unlikeable Female Characters: The Women Pop Culture Wants You to Hate (Paperback)Anna Bogutskaya (author)
From Sex and the City's Samantha to Mean Girls' Regina, Bogutskaya's entertaining and perceptive volume highlights the iconic female figures who allowed modern women to embrace all of their varied personas.
How bitches, trainwrecks, shrews, and crazy women have taken over pop culture and liberated women from having to be nice.
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 210 x 140 x 22 mm
Deeply researched, with fascinating behind-the-scenes details and insightful analysis. It is also wildly entertaining * RogerEbert.com *
Bogutskaya delivers a sweeping and deft polemic on how the flawed women of popular culture enrich our screens and warm our hearts. * The Quietus *
Part-cultural expose, part-Taylor Swift album * Clarisse Loughrey, film critic *
Reclaiming the word 'unlikeable' has never felt so good * Rhianna Dhillon, film critic and broadcaster *
A fresh feminist appraisal of the pop culture canon * Publishers Weekly *
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