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Miles Leeson
Emma V. Miller

Morsels (2008). As a text marketed toward the young adult group of readers, the violent sexual content of Tender Morsels has been subject to intense debate in the media and by parents and young readers alike. Miller considers whether the text can be defined as a work of trauma fiction, its relationship to its fairy-tale heritage and, in its presentation of reality and fantasy, how far it can be considered a work of feminist

in Incest in contemporary literature
Inheritance, neurasthenia, criminals, and GPI
Amy Milne-Smith

future children. It is only after her husband's death that she reads on the heredity of vice and truly mourns her doomed husband and rails against women being raised in ignorance of such matters. 194 In such feminist literature, women are painted as society's sacrificial lambs to men's vice and secrecy. Early twentieth-century feminists pointed to the dangers of marital transmission of syphilis as yet another example of the cruelties of marriage and its dangers to national health. The dangers of

in Out of his mind