Wonder Woman Unbound

Author: Tim Hanley
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613749090
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“I’ve never seen more information about Wonder Woman than in Wonder Woman Unbound.

The Secret History Of Wonder Woman

Author: Jill Lepore
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0385354053
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“Department Store Perfidy." Sensation Comics #8, August 1942. “The Return of
Diana Prince.” Sensation Comics #9, September 1942. WMM, "Women: Servants
for Civilization," Tomorrow, February 1942, 42–45. “The Sky Road," Wonder
Woman #10, Fall 1944. "School for Spies,” Sensation Comics #4, April 1942. “
The Unbound Amazon,” Sensation Comics #19, July 1943. "The Unbound
Amazon,” Sensation Comics #19. July 1943, and "The Greatest Feat of Daring in
Human History.

Wonder Woman

Author: Noah Berlatsky
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813575745
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AsBen Saunders explains, Marston believed “theworldwill become a better place
whenmen learn to take pleasure insexual submission, asmost women have
already learned to do; and the best teachers ofmen in this regard willbe 'actively
... there toteach men (and women too) the joys of restraint. Oras Marston wrote
ina February20, 1943,letterto his publisher, “The onlyhope forpeaceisto teach
people who arefull of pepand unbound forcetoenjoy beingbound. ...Women
areexciting.

Wonder Woman

Author: Karen M. Walowit
Publisher:
ISBN:
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You may say that a man enjoys being a deus ex machina, giving to others
increases his own ego gratification. True enough, but Hitler, Mussolini, Napoleon,
business tyrants, criminals, all have this type of response – their selfseeking
controls their self-giving and makes them in the end vicious vultures. Only when
the control of self by others is more pleasant than the unbound assertion of self in
human relationships can we hope for a stable, peaceful human society. In
Wonder Woman ...

Wonder Woman

Author: Michael L. Fleisher
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Indeed, without her Amazon bracelets to bind her to Aphrodite's law, Wonder
Woman literally "goes berserk," smashing log cabins into kindling wood and
committing other acts of violence in a mad "orgy of unleashed power," until finally
Baroness Paula von Gunther brings her back to her senses by lassoing her with
the magic lasso (see section C 3, the magic lasso) and welding her bracelets
back onto her wrists "tighter than ever" (Sen No. 19: "The Unbound Amazon"). In
Winter 1945 ...

The Encyclopedia Of Comic Book Heroes Wonder Woman

Author: Michael L. Fleisher
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Indeed, without her Amazon bracelets to bind her to Aphrodite's law, Wonder
Woman literally "goes berserk," smashing log cabins into kindling wood and
committing other acts of violence in a mad "orgy of unleashed power," until finally
Baroness Paula von Gunther brings her back to her senses by lassoing her with
the magic lasso (see section C 3, the magic lasso) and welding her bracelets
back onto her wrists "tighter than ever" (Sen No. 19: "The Unbound Amazon"). In
Winter 1945 ...

Wonder Woman

Author: Les Daniels
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
ISBN:
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... elaborate ways of having Wonder Woman and other characters confined."
Indeed, said Marston, he was promoting the idea that "confinement to WW and
the Amazons is just a sporting game, an actual enjoyment of being subdued. This
, my dear friend, is the one truly great contribution of my Wonder Woman strip to
moral education of the young. The only hope for peace is to teach people who
are full of pep and unbound force to enjoy being bound." He asserted, "Women
are exciting ...

Shakespeare Unbound

Author: René Weis
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 1466855096
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One is tempted to saythathe must have been irresistible to women, this
manwholoved women and who never lost hissense of wonderover female
beautyand sheerfeminine otherness.His view of women, Tamora, Goneril, and
Regan notwithstanding, is that they are kind and gentle, “tenderhefted,” and
endlessly desirable. Such is his imaginative gift for creating women in his
playsthat we tendto forgetthat theywere played by boys andyoung men, thatJuliet,
Rosalind, Viola,Desdemona, ...