In this essay I argue that through the powerful coincidence of popularity, genre, and theme, Presumed Innocent and The Good Mother reinforce notions about the relation between good sex and bad mothering, and advance serious, nonfiction messages for women about law and sex.
Criminal Law | Law | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Sexuality and the Law
Seasoned to the Use,
Michigan Law Review, Vol. 87, p. 1338, 1989
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