Clark goes beyond a straigtforward oppositional model of reading the male canon, to ask how we read this work and whether, in light of contemporary gender theory, it is possible to value these texts not in spite of their misogyny but because of it.
'Sordid Images' is a challenging, controversial book. It will excite and unsettle it readers, and inspire many to look in a new way at some of the cornerstone works of English literature and the poetry of masculine desire.
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