Carmen Dog (Peapod Classics) First Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-1931520089
ISBN-10: 1931520089
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""A novel about women turning into animals and animals turning into women, perhaps the funniest and the cruellest of her books, a sort of feminist Candide. The kindness of the innocent heroine, Pooch, triumphs over cruelty in the end, which is happy; at least it is if you want it to be. Even Pooch's children turn out well, 'setters, and all male.' Why this book isn't a feminist classic I don't know. Maybe it is. Maybe that's why people haven't heard about it. It should be a required text on Gender in all high schools and colleges."

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Carmend Dog is Nebula, Philip K. Dick and World Fantasy Award-winning author Carol Emshwiller's debut novel and the first title in our Peapod Classics reprint line. The cover art is by Kevin Huizenga, whose brilliant new graphic series (comic!), "Or Else," is the first new quarterly comic from Drawn & Quarterly since Adrian Tomine's "Optic Nerve."

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3.0 out of 5 stars Kept me reading along, however, not quite sure ...
Reviewed in Australia on May 25, 2015
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