The sexualized serial murder of women by men is the subject of this provocative book. Jane Caputi argues that the sensationalized murders by men such as Jack the Ripper, Son of Sam, Hillside Strangler, and the Yorkshire Ripper represent a contemporary genre of sexually political crimes. The awful deeds function as a form of patriarchal terrorism, "disappearing" women at a rate of some four thousand annually in the United States alone. Caputi asks us not only to name the phenomenon of sexually political murder, but to recognize sex crime in all of its various interconnecting manifestations. If you want to examine a book for possible course use, please see our Course Books page. Add titles to your shopping cart by clicking on the "Add this book to cart" link above.
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There is no sensensationalism here; rather, my The Age of Sex Crime. Jane Caputi. Like many writers, Alexander Pushkin often created multiple versions of the same work, leaving readers to wonder which he intended as final and authoritative--a question complicated, moreover, by his fraught relationship with the repressive regime of tsar Nicholas I. Illuminating the creative processes and historical realities that shaped Pushkin's writing, this richly annotated series reproduces each work exactly as it appeared in the final Russian-language edition published during Pushkin's lifetime, resulting in the handsome "artifactual" feel of an original Pushkin text.
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Margaret Atwood writes that when she asked a male friend why men felt threatened by women, he replied that, "They are afraid women will laugh at them. When is an act sexed? When do you kill, or die, as a member of your gender, and when as whoever else you are? Are you ever anyone else? Lust-murder, rape-murder, serial murder, recreational murder: these are new terms for a relatively new kind of crime.
A case involving an year-old girl has sparked a moment of moral and legal reckoning. O n April 24, , a year-old-man met an year-old girl in a park in Montmagny, just north of Paris, after which, he took her home where he had oral and vaginal sex with her. When it was over, the girl called her mother and described what had happened, and her mother called the police.