Happily Ever After



Happily Ever After Find Your One True Love And Live Happily Ever After The Trials Of Love And Desire Provide Perennial Story Material, From The BiblicalSong Of Songsto Disney S Princesses, But Perhaps Most Provocatively In The Romance Novel, A Genre Known For Tales Of Fantasy And Desire, Sex And Pleasure Hailed On The One Hand For Its Women Centered Stories That Can Be Sexually Liberating, And Criticized On The Other For Its Emphasis On Male Female Coupling And Mythical Happy Endings, Romance Fiction Is A Multi Million Dollar Publishing Phenomenon, Creating National And International Societies Of Enthusiasts, Practitioners, And Scholars Catherine Roach, Alongside Her Romance Writer Alter Ego, Catherine LaRoche, Guides The Reader Deep Into Romancelandia Where The Smart And The Witty Combine With The Sexy And Seductive To Explore Why This Genre Has Such A Grip On Readers And What We Can Learn From The Romance Novel About The Nature Of Happiness, Love, Sex, And Desire In American Popular Culture.

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Happily Ever After
  • Catherine M. Roach
  • 17 January 2017
  • 0253020441

10 thoughts on “Happily Ever After

  1. Ana Rînceanu says:

    There are two types of chapters in this book those that deal with the academic side of romance novels and their impact on society and those that focus on the author s dual identity as both an academic and a romance author in the wid...

  2. Ana says:

    I read only till chapter 6 before quickly skimming the rest To be honest I blame Madwoman in the Attic for giving me unrealistic expectations of what literary analysis books can do.

  3. Sam says:

    Another good study of the romance novel and the community and industry that revolves around it and its role in contemporary society The book has going for it, among other things, the fact that it s able to pull in a number of recent examples like a certain erotic novel that even the least disinterested reader is aware of because it punctuated the mainstream pop culture landscape so decisively when she s considering how popular romance has evolved and all the ways the latest trends, themes, Another good study of the romance novel and the community and industry that revolves around it and its role in contemporary society The book has going for it, among other things, the fact that it s able to pull in a number of recent examples like a certain erotic novel that even the least disinterested reader is aware of because it punctuated the mainstream pop culture landscape so decisively when she s considering how popular romance has evolved and all the ways the latest trends, themes, and popular tropes provoke new understandings and questions about the genre Roach is clearly a fan and supporter but doesn t avoid examining problematic issues that certain aspects of the genre expose.Roach is an academic, so even though she tries her best to present her thesis and break down her arguments in a less academic tone...

  4. Molly Westerman says:

    I ve never applied my standard response to anthologies the selections are uneven, with some weak chapters essays stories but some gorgeous insightful whatever ones to a monograph, but there s a first time for everything and reading this book felt a little like reading an anthology because of its shifts in tone and approach The shifts are deliberate, part of Roach s experiments in crossing the scholarly popular and scholar fa...

  5. Jackie says:

    See my three linked posts about this book

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