Books by Camille Paglia

FREE WOMEN, FREE MEN by Camille Paglia
Released: March 14, 2017

"Controversial views on women's lives and nature that may appeal to Paglia's fans but not win her many more."
Essays, reviews, and interviews chronicle the career of a self-described "libertarian feminist." Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 16, 2012

"When she gets off her soapbox, Paglia is a wonderful popularizer of art history and art appreciation."
Critic/provocateur Paglia applies to the visual arts the same close scrutiny she lavished on poetry in Break, Blow, Burn (2005). Read full book review >
BREAK, BLOW, BURN by Camille Paglia
Released: April 1, 2005

"An indisputably terrific primer for all students of literature in English."
Cultural guru (Vamps and Tramps, 1994, etc.) and academic prophet (Humanities and Media Studies/Univ. of the Arts) Paglia offers a series of close, brief, and beautifully lucid readings of 43 poems, all written in English and most squarely within the canon. Read full book review >
VAMPS AND TRAMPS by Camille Paglia
Released: Nov. 1, 1994

Those who missed them in Playboy, The New Republic, and other media can catch up with culture diva Paglia's latest performances here. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 1989

"Pagan' in its own pictorialism, sprawl, and unstopped prose, her unusual book creates its brilliant effect from an explosive fusing of scholarship and theater."
Armed with "the point of view of Sade," Paglia (Humanities/Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts) charts a vast theory of western culture and its Decadent undertow, detonating sacrosanct contemporary thought and doctrine at every turn. Read full book review >