Driving Women: Fiction & Automobile Culture in Twentieth-Century America. By Deborah Clarke

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For the past hundred years American women have been writing about cars. This is hardly surprising, given the extent to which the car defines and shapes American culture. To be American is to have a stake in automobility. This is a book of six essays with black and white photography. It is paperback and has 220 pages.

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