Abrams

9781419736742

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Commute

In Erin Williams’ graphic memoir, Commute, she asks hard questions about shame, compliance and desire, both in her own life and in the larger culture.

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Review of ‘Commute’

With its deceptively simple line drawings, Erin Williams’ Commute illustrates the numerous ways she (and many women) negotiate the presence of sexual threat on a daily basis. Some of these encounters might seem mundane—such as the man who continuously stares at her while sitting too close on the train—but their impact is real. In an…

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