Working Hot Working Hot with its uncompromising street wise vision of love passion lust carves out a new space for women s writing in Australian literature Nothing like it has been published here before It is

  • Title: Working Hot
  • Author: Mary Fallon
  • ISBN: 9780908205097
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • Working Hot with its uncompromising, street wise vision of love, passion, lust carves out a new space for women s writing in Australian literature Nothing like it has been published here before It is an erotic, pornographic, cynical, sad and witty representation of life in the raw a book whose rhythms follow those of lovemaking, a meandering through naked bodies an Working Hot with its uncompromising, street wise vision of love, passion, lust carves out a new space for women s writing in Australian literature Nothing like it has been published here before It is an erotic, pornographic, cynical, sad and witty representation of life in the raw a book whose rhythms follow those of lovemaking, a meandering through naked bodies and raw words, bringing with it the pleasure of exploration and movement Toto, Freda, Peach, One Iota, Kitty Trinkets are ourselves and women we all know At the same time they are exotic and bizarre exploreres of the outer regions of women s experience, fringe dwellers on the edges of public, social life Elizabeth Grosz

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    1. this book is impossible to come by. i read an excerpt of the work in "sexy bodies; the strange carnalities of feminism" back in 2004 and have only recently managed to get a copy of my very own. this book is not for everyone - it's difficult to read (it's experimental), lots of lesbian sex (not always pretty) and contains quite a few references to Sydney landmarks (originally published in Australia). BUT if you can handle all of that, you're in for an incredible feminist perspective focused on le [...]

    2. Read this because Emily Roysdon referenced it. I was not getting into it, then got a little drunk and loved it.

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