A highly readable and critically astute study of HBO's hit comedy, Sex and the CityThe tutu - a piece of extra- diegetic costuming - invokes the girlish belief in urban romance to which Carrie is still occasionally susceptible; ... of the worlda#39;, and a#39; professional girlfrienda#39; who is chic enough to gain access to Balzac, the hottest new restaurant in New York. ... The show leaves this dilemma intact, but it does make a moral argument against prostitution, when Carrie declines a trip to Venice withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reading Sex and the City|
|Author||:||Kim Akass, Janet McCabe|
|Publisher||:||I.B.Tauris - 2004-03-18|