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Elizabeth MillardThe flow of the book is wondrous, as Pollock builds each new idea onto the next, rounded out with rigorous research. The writing suffers slightly from an overabundance of academic jargon, especially when the description of individual artworks involves a scholarly definition of 'desire' and 'the other.' Despite this, Pollock reaches and even surpasses her goal, articulated in her introduction, to open new discussions about art and feminism.
— ForeWord Magazine