e-Book The G-String Murders (Femmes Fatales) epub downloadAuthor: Rachel Shteir,Gypsy Rose Lee
Pages: 240 pages
Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY (June 1, 2005)
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e-Book The G-String Murders (Femmes Fatales) epub download
by Rachel Shteir,Gypsy Rose Lee
Gypsy Rose Lee, aka Rose Louise Hovick (1911-1970), is best recalled as one of the very few-possibly the only-strip .
Gypsy Rose Lee, aka Rose Louise Hovick (1911-1970), is best recalled as one of the very few-possibly the only-strip tease performers who became a household name during an era when such performers were not mentioned at the family dinner table. The G-String Murders is not and never will be placed among the great titles of the murder mystery genre, but it offers a surprisingly open portrait of a theatrical era and performance venue that is long gone, hounded out of existence by the puritanical.
The G-String Murder is a murder mystery featuring Gypsy Rose as the .
The G-String Murder is a murder mystery featuring Gypsy Rose as the narrator. In the novel, she is a featured performer in a New York burlesque theatre known as The Old Opera Theatre and romantically inclined to Brannigan, the lead comic in the show.
Gypsy Rose Lee, Rachel Shteir (Afterword). Craig Rice (co-writer)
Gypsy Rose Lee, Rachel Shteir (Afterword). Craig Rice (co-writer). The G-String Murders is one of those books that is eclipsed by the fame of its author, in this case the most famous strip-tease artiste of them all, Gypsy Rose Lee. For many years it was claimed that the book was ghost-written by successful mystery writer Craig Rice (a pseudonym used by Georgiana Ann Craig). It now seems to be generally accepted that in fact Gypsy Rose Lee wrote the book herself.
Written by "intelligent stripper" Gypsy Rose Lee The G String Murders became a salacious best seller in 1940's Соавтор. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное, исправленное.
Written by "intelligent stripper" Gypsy Rose Lee The G String Murders became a salacious best seller in 1940's. Vividly set in the deliciously seedy world of burlesque this is a crime story to read. Gypsy Rose Lee (1911-1970) was the most acclaimed strip tease artist of her day. She later made 12 films and hosted her own TV show. Her autobiography Gypsy spawned the famed musical and two film versions. Библиографические данные. The G-String Murders Femmes Fatales.
The G-String Murders (Femmes Fatales). Lee, Gypsy Rose/ Shteir, Rachel (Afterword). Femmes Fatales restores to print the best of women's writing in the classic pulp genres of the mid-20th century. Published by The Feminist Press at CUNY. ISBN 10: 1558615032 ISBN 13: 9781558615038. Published by Feminist Pr (2005). From mystery to hard-boiled noir to taboo lesbian romance, these rediscovered queens of pulp offer subversive perspectives on a turbulent era.
The G-String Murders. by Gypsy Rose Lee, Rachel Shteir. series Femmes Fatales. This is a world where women struggle to earn a living performing bumps and grinds, have gangster boyfriends, sip beer between acts and pay their own way at dinner. Femmes Fatales restores to print the best of women’s writing in the classic pulp genres of the mid-20th century.
The G-String Murders is a 1941 detective novel written by American burlesque performer Gypsy Rose Lee. There have been claims made that the novel was written by mystery writer Craig Rice.
Gypsy Rose Lee Rachel Shteir (afterword). The basis of the 1943 film Lady of Burlesque starring Barbara Stanwyck, The G-String Murders was the first of two murder mysteries written by Gypsy Rose Lee. A natural-born raconteur, Lee also contributed short pieces to The New Yorker and hosted her own television talk show; even her unparalleled stardom in the burlesque world was attributed more to her witty banter than to her risqué moves. It is this fabled wit, along with Gypsy's brassy sociology, that make The G-String Murders a must-read primer of sex, commerce and urban living. Ask class-A headliner Gypsy Rose Lee. The ecdysiast extraordinaire has just found sewer-mouthed Burly Q tart Lolita La Verne in the dressing room with a rhinestone G-string wrapped tight around her freshly powdered neck. It’s enough to give a decent dame the shakes. It’s also casting a hot-pink spotlight on a roster of suspects including Dynamic Dolly, notorious for her backstage brawls. Not to mention the loitering thugs, oily managers, frustrated sugar daddies, and any number of low-end Times Square artistes looking for a bump up on the bill.
Gypsy Rose Lee allegedly hard at work on her mystery novel (Eliot Elisofon. Indeed, the book tries quite hard at the outset to be fairly piquant with its frequent references to toilets (all the strippers want to chip in to get a replacement one), though the toilet in question ultimately proves to be where the first body is found.