She come by it natural : Dolly Parton and the women who lived her songs / Sarah Smarsh.

Av: Smarsh, Sarah [aut]
Language: English Publisher: New York : Scribner, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Utgåva: First Scribner hardcover editionBeskrivning: xvi, 187 pages 19 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9781982157289; 1982157283Ämne(n): Parton, Dolly -- Criticism and interpretation | Parton, Dolly, 1946- | Countrymusik | Kvinnor i musiken | Feminism och musik | Women in music | Country music -- History and criticismGenre/Form: Music criticism and reviews. | Biographies.DDK-klassifikation: 782.421642092 | 782.42164092 LOC-klassifikation: ML420.P28SAB-klassifikation: Ijz Parton, Dolly | Ijxgb
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Part one. Dolly Parton embodies the working woman's fight -- Part two. Dolly Parton masters the art of leaving -- Part three. Dolly Parton becomes the boss -- Part four. Dolly Parton cements her icon status.
Anmärkning bestånd: C17.343 Libris-ID: cqrbjcj19jmx6whsSummary: Explores how the music of Dolly Parton and other prominent women country artists has both reflected and validated the harsh realities of rural working-class American women.Summary: Growing up amid Kansas wheat fields and airplane factories, Smarsh witnessed firsthand the vulnerabilities and strengths of women in working poverty. Meanwhile, country songs by female artists played in the background, telling powerful stories about life, men, hard times, and surviving. Country music was a language among women-- and no one provided that language better than Dolly Parton. Here Smarsh explores the overlooked contributions to social progress by such women as exemplified by Dolly Parton's life and art. She shows how Parton's song offer a springboard to examining the intersections of gender, class, and culture. -- adapted from jacket
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Part one. Dolly Parton embodies the working woman's fight -- Part two. Dolly Parton masters the art of leaving -- Part three. Dolly Parton becomes the boss -- Part four. Dolly Parton cements her icon status.

Explores how the music of Dolly Parton and other prominent women country artists has both reflected and validated the harsh realities of rural working-class American women.

Growing up amid Kansas wheat fields and airplane factories, Smarsh witnessed firsthand the vulnerabilities and strengths of women in working poverty. Meanwhile, country songs by female artists played in the background, telling powerful stories about life, men, hard times, and surviving. Country music was a language among women-- and no one provided that language better than Dolly Parton. Here Smarsh explores the overlooked contributions to social progress by such women as exemplified by Dolly Parton's life and art. She shows how Parton's song offer a springboard to examining the intersections of gender, class, and culture. -- adapted from jacket

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