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Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955

Marilyn Monroe as ‘The Girl’ in Billy Wilder’s The Seven Year Itch, c. 1955
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Malcolm X at a meeting in Paris, November 23, 1964
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oldpainting:

Albrecht Durer ‘Peonies’ c.1500 watercolor Albertina, Vienna by Plum leaves on Flickr.
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wholesomeblogging:

keanucanact:

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modest-moon:

nineteencallme:

dolorimeter:

woody allen, the irredeemable creep whose obvious misogyny was misinterpreted as creative genius by the college-boy mentality. 

#gosh i wonder why sylvia plath’s poetry is important to young women when we’re bombarded with so much misogynistic literature written by ~the greats~ of the 20th century #if you want to talk about highly romanticized and overrated writers we can talk about bukowski hemingway kerouac ginsberg and so on #who were not only basic writers but were also vile people irl #i don’t understand how people can idolize pedophiles and wife beaters and then mock people who like plath? ~fionaapples

idk last semester I wrote a conference paper about the ways that women writers were edited posthumously, and came to the conclusion that Hughes and the subsequent editors/critics put an emphasis on Plath’s suicide in order to devalue her work and divert attention away from the true message of her poems in Ariel
modest-moon:

nineteencallme:

dolorimeter:

woody allen, the irredeemable creep whose obvious misogyny was misinterpreted as creative genius by the college-boy mentality. 

#gosh i wonder why sylvia plath’s poetry is important to young women when we’re bombarded with so much misogynistic literature written by ~the greats~ of the 20th century #if you want to talk about highly romanticized and overrated writers we can talk about bukowski hemingway kerouac ginsberg and so on #who were not only basic writers but were also vile people irl #i don’t understand how people can idolize pedophiles and wife beaters and then mock people who like plath? ~fionaapples

idk last semester I wrote a conference paper about the ways that women writers were edited posthumously, and came to the conclusion that Hughes and the subsequent editors/critics put an emphasis on Plath’s suicide in order to devalue her work and divert attention away from the true message of her poems in Ariel
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