Perfidious Man - Will Self & David Gamble Reviews
Description:ISBN 0670889815 / Genre: Fiction / Authors: Will Self & David Gamble / 160 pages / Book published 2000-11-02 by Viking
Newest Review: ... the banal to the poignant to the inane. His project, 'Perfidious Man,' really asks questions as muses - what is it like being ... more
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Authors: Will Self and David Gamble 160 pages. Publishing House: Viking RRP: £12.99 'Perfidious Man' depicts the trend of a socially ailing masculinity - the concise book is an attempt of balancing a stance requiring a voice, a male voice amongst a plethora of feminist publications since the early 1990s. Initially, the vision seemed alien, due to male views being oppressed when it came to talking about them as an emotional entity. Masculine men prefer not to express their plights, nor do they huff or engage in flamboyant gestures of displeasure. They sit in corners of bars in clusters of three's, whining the night away, murmuring their lives ... Read the complete review
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