Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY (February 22, 2011)
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"Ms. Finley hasn't misplaced the facility to disturb."—Ben Brantley, the recent York TimesNo different acting artist has captured the mental complexity of this decade as Karen Finley has. In her inimitable variety, she has embodied the most troubling figures to forged a protracted shadow at the public mind's eye, and has anticipated one of those catharsis inside of every one drama: Liza Minnelli responds to the September eleven assaults; Terri Schiavo explains why american citizens love a lady in a coma; Martha Stewart dumps George W. Bush in the course of their tryst at the eve of the Republican nationwide conference; Silda Spitzer tells the previous governor why “I’m sorry” simply isn’t adequate; and the ghost of Jackie O cries, “Please cease taking a look at me!" the truth exhibits is a revelation of a decade by means of one in all our best interpreters of well known and political tradition.