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Limited time offer Through special arrangement with University Press of New England we are pleased to offer a specially priced two book set of Unbuttoning America and Peyton Place for just paperbackPublished inPeyton Place became a bestseller and a literary phenomenon A lurid and gripping story of murder incest female desire and social injustice it was consumed as avidly by readers as it was condemned by critics and the clergy Its author Grace Metalious a housewife who grew up in poverty in a New Hampshire mill town and had aspired to be a writer from childhood loosely based the novel's setting characters and incidents on real l. Peyton Place spilled the beans Sexual satisfaction for women had gained new respect part of the

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Unbuttoning AmericaThat Peyton Place with its frank discussions of poverty sexuality class and ethnic discrimination and small town hypocrisy was than a tawdry potboiler Metalious s depiction of how her three central female characters come to terms with their identity as women and sexual beings anticipated second wave feminism More broadly Cameron asserts the novel was also part of a larger postwar struggle over belonging and recognition Fictionalizing contemporary realities Metalious pushed to the surface the hidden talk and secret rebellions of a generation no longer willing to ignore the disparities and domestic constraints of Cold War America. ARC from Netgalley Interesting look at Metalious her controversial Peyton Place Author did rese