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Naomi Wolf’s Beauty Myth brought feminism to a new generation; Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones caused a media revolution; Ruth Picardie’s unflinchingly honest column about living with cancer in brought a wave of British candour and a host of imitators; and when two iconic women come face to face, we have at one end Dorothy Parker on Cupcajes Duncan and at the other Julie Burchill on Margaret Thatcher This book is not yet featured on Listopia. And with ‘How it feels to be forcibly fed’ by Djuna Barnes, one of the world’s very first experiential, or ‘gonzo’ journalists, came a new age of reporting.
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