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Women in the Picture: What Culture Does with Female Bodies by Catherine McCormack

karneasada's review against another edition

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adventurous challenging emotional hopeful informative inspiring reflective medium-paced

5.0

mary_juleyre's review against another edition

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adventurous challenging dark informative inspiring reflective sad tense slow-paced

5.0

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challenging hopeful informative slow-paced

4.0

stine_0's review against another edition

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informative reflective

5.0

chelsea_mh's review

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hopeful informative medium-paced

4.0

a_vdm's review against another edition

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challenging informative reflective medium-paced

3.75

sawthisdidthat's review against another edition

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5.0

Really enjoyed this book. I felt it was broken down into clear sections with sufficient support of each concept. Might add to my own personal library. My only critique would be how much time I had to spend looking up images of artwork referenced, which is more a publisher problem than author problem. One of the rare few that will likely make it into my personal library. If you like art and/or feminism, you will enjoy this.

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challenging funny informative medium-paced

courtneysbooks's review against another edition

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4.0

Despite knowing very little about art history, I found this book to be fairly accessible. The author writes about plenty of modern pop culture pieces that I found to be very engaging (Beyonce was a highlight). McCormack is obviously very passionate about her work and this helped me enjoy her book a lot more.

purplebookshelf's review against another edition

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informative reflective

4.0