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Our Literary Circle discusses a different book each month. You can drop by regularly or you can join us for only one evening. Mark Olival-Bartley leads the discussion.

"The Secret History of Wonder Woman" by Jill Lepore

Literary Circle / The session will be held online / Contact bibliothek@amerikahaus.de to get more information

Please note: The session will be held online. Register at bibliothek@amerikahaus.de

 

Delving into the life of Wonder Woman's eccentric creator, psychologist William Moulton Marston, Jill Lepore, Harvard historian and New Yorker staff writer, delineates the heroine’s feminist origins (from the warrior princesses of the Amazon to iconic suffragists like Emmeline Pankhurst) and inspiration in the women with whom Marston shared a bed—his wife and mistress. This riveting exploration into the history of American pop culture details insights into the twentieth-century struggle for women's rights and, thereby, the notable state of feminism today.

 

Want to read this month’s Literary Circle book choice and enjoy using an e-reader? You can download The Secret History of Wonder Woman for free when you join our eBook Club! See here for more information about how to sign up and access hundreds of gratis books and audiobooks!  

 

Organizers: Amerikahaus Verein, Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations

 

 

(Photo: The Secret History of Wonder Woman © M. Olival-Bartley)

 

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