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Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon


Mega Sale! Save 26% on the Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon by Opo Books & Objects at Jen Blood. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Poetry/Comics   Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon collects poems and comic strips about sex and gender as viewed through the lens of professional wrestling.


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Poetry/Comics   Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon collects poems and comic strips about sex and gender as viewed through the lens of professional wrestling. In poems written to or about wrestlers like Junkyard Dog, Roddy Piper, Ox Baker, The Ultimate Warrior, The Rock, and CM Punk, Colette Arrand teases out the homoerotic roots of wrestling and how its warped, cartoon masculinity plays itself out over the course of a fan's life.

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Manufacturer:Opo Books & Objects
Publisher:Opo Books & Objects
Studio:Opo Books & Objects
EAN:9780997304817
Item Size:0.16 x 6.5 x 6.5 inches
Package Weight:0.29 pounds
Package Size:6.5 x 0.16 x 0.16 inches

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