Consuming Agency and Desire in Romance

Consuming Agency and Desire in Romance

This book challenges stereotypes about the romance genre, examining how modern romance production serves women in multiple ways, from escapism to sexual education, from fantasy to fun, and most importantly, as a site of production for feminist texts.

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