After the &ldquo;Midcentury Misogynists,&rdquo; male American writers tended to avoid <strong>writing about sex</strong>, lest they be seen, like Updike, as &ldquo;a penis with a thesaurus&rdquo;

After the &amp;ldquo;Midcentury Misogynists,&amp;rdquo; male American writers tended to avoid writing about sex, lest they be seen, like Updike, as &amp;ldquo;a penis with a
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After the “Midcentury Misogynists,” male American writers tended to avoid writing about sex, lest they be seen, like Updike, as “a penis with a thesaurus”

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