Typical Girls: The Rhetoric of Womanhood in Comic Strips
Creators:Kirtley, Susan E., 1972-
Subjects (LCSH):Comic strip characters -- Women
Women in literature
Women's rights in literature
Comic books, strips, etc. -- History and criticism
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Studies in Comics and Cartoons
Introduction: The Women's Liberation Movement in comic strips -- Crocodilites and Cathy: the worst of both worlds -- Visualizing motherhood in the comic frame: For better or for worse -- Punk rock girl: constituting community in Barry's Girls and boys -- Nicole Hollander's Sylvia: Menippean satire in the mainstream -- "The lesbian rule" in Alison Bechdel's Dykes to watch out for -- Establishing community through dis/association in Barbara Brandon-Croft's Where I'm coming from -- Something from nothing: the inductive argument of Stone soup.
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