With Wit, High Spirits, And A Wealth Of Research, Strage Takes The Reader From The First Depiction Of A Male Organ In The Cave Paintings At Lascaux 15,000 Years Ago To The Literary Phalluses Of Henry Miller And Norman Mailer Reveals How This Essence Of Maleness Has Been Used As A Metaphor, An Icon, Even An Illusion, And How It Has Been Viewed As A Source Of Physical Pleasure, Social Power And Aesthetic Perusal.
- 317 pages
- The durable fig leaf: A historical, cultural, medical, social, literary, and iconographic account of man's relations with his penis
- Mark Strage
- 07 March 2019 Mark Strage