Princesses Behaving Badly: Real Stories from History Without the Fairy-Tale Endings
Publish date: November 19th 2013
Publisher: Quirk Books
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Hey everyone and how's it going today? I hope super for you! I am doing pretty awesome myself! So, for today I will be doing a quick review on "Princesses Behaving Badly" by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie. Let's jump right in! This book focuses on real life princesses who through out history, did not ha...
I have a lot of small issues with how this book is worded throughout, but what really made me dislike it was the final chapter about "mad princesses." It was so over-the-top ableist I don't even know where to begin. This isn't my blog or a place to discuss prejudice so I don't want to bother going i...
Frivolous, rather tedious, but does provide snippets about some interesting princesses for more in-depth "research".
The stories of the "princesses" (not all were really princesses) are really interesting, but the style of this book was not for me. It was too informal and I'm not sure the goal of the author to debunk the Disney-princesses-fairy tales was achieved... It was not properly done, in my opinion, but it ...
Sure, most people over Disney age don't believe that being a princess is really all it's cracked up to be. At the same time, however, we kind of do -- witness the world's fascination with Kate Middleton, the pretty commoner who married Britain's Prince William to become Catherine, Duchess of Cambrid...
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