Table of contents for Blonde like me : the roots of the blonde myth in our culture / Natalia Ilyin.


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Introduction

The Drugstore Goddess

In which we are seized by a longing for peroxide, and get locked in the dress-up box.

Innocent Blonde

In which we meet The Algerian, wander about in flowery fields, and find our first blonde.

Oh, That Strawberry Roan

In which we are introduced to a blonde horse who leads us to some early conclusions.

The Semi-Dior Pivot

In which we review our sensitive adolescence and apply gaffer's tape, while Persephone picks a flower.

I, Defiler

In which we get terribly confused and are thrown out of a very small room.

Sun Blonde

In which we meet Rita and find ourselves in a tight spot at a banquet.

Farrah and the Song Girls

In which we remember California, and touch upon the significance of pigs.

Apollo in Drag

In which we are compared to Miss Rhode Island, wonder about tape measures, and meet a new Sun Blonde.

The Armpiece Years

In which we descend a crag and give advice.

The Dark Side of Blonde

In which people jump out of darkrooms, a colorist gets shot, and we think about light and dark.

Moon Blonde

In which we wish for Mace.

Ironic Blonde

In which we are invited to a party and a famous person disagrees with us.

Jung for Home Use

In which the blondes return to the familial table.

Old Blonde

In which we ponder crones.

Fair Fame and the Goat Lady

In which we begin our tale just as the book is ending.




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Blondes.
Ilyin, Natalia, -- 1957-
United States -- Biography.
United States -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.