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Sex and the Aesthetics of the Vulgar: Reading the Creative Paradox in the Works of Robert Crumb
Sanglap: Journal of Literary and Cultural Inquiry
In the present time, the waves of the #MeToo Movement have sufficiently brought under rigorous scrutiny modes of sexual expression and sexuality in general. Under such circumstances the cultures of sexuality around us need a revisit. Especially in the field of art and literature, the delicate dynamics among artistic expression, readers' response to it, and the general ideological climate under which the piece of art was created comes under a new critical lens as we become aware of the possibledoi:10.35684/jlci.2021.7206 fatcat:k3znyh7egnblja2e3lril3olai