Mistresses: A History of the Other Woman

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She has been known as the kept woman, the fancy woman and the other woman. She exists as both a fictional character and flesh-and- blood human being. But who is she, really? What do Madame de Pompedour, Heloise, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Eyre and Camill…

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    Om Mistresses: A History of the Other Woman

    She has been known as the kept woman, the fancy woman and the other woman. She exists as both a fictional character and flesh-and- blood human being. But who is she, really? What do Madame de Pompedour, Heloise, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Eyre and Camilla Parker- Bowles have in common? Why do women become mistresses, and what is it like to have a private life that is usually also a secret life? Is a mistress merely a wife-in-waiting, or is she the very definition of the emancipated, independent female? In Mistresses Elizabeth Abbott intelligently examines the motives of some of historys most infamous and fascinating women. Drawing intimate portraits of those who have either by chance, coercion or choice assumed this complex role, from Chinese concubines and European royal mistresses to mobster molls and trophy dolls, Mistresses offers a rich blend of history, personal biography and cultural insight.

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Kopisperre
    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2011
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780715642337
    Sider
    512

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