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Peter William Evans

even more poignancy when viewed from the perspectives of the growing feminist literature of the time when the film was made. The Female Eunuch was yet to be published, but the novels of Doris Lessing, Fay Weldon, Margaret Drabble, Sylvia Plath and others touch either directly or indirectly on the abuse of women by violent men. Nancy needs to be needed, her masochistic dependence on Sikes, to be controlled, to be maltreated, is

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The role of women in punk fanzine creation
Cazz Blasé

’ basement in 1892.1 Similarly, Barbara Onslow refers to Emily Faithfull’s all-women Victoria Press in the 1860s, which was vital both when it came to training young women in the craft of printing, but also as the main printer of feminist literature at the time.2 The unstamped press, which first began to emerge in 1830, fifteen years after the introduction of a fourpenny stamp (or tax) on newspapers, and mere months after the July Revolution in France, can be seen as an early example of anti-establishment publishing, often with radical intent.3 The unstamped penny

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