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by Dian Hanson


Apart from the paper I thought the book was well worth having and if you read the Product Description you'll see what the other five volumes cover.

Book 2 of 6 in the History of Men's Magazines Series. Apart from the paper I thought the book was well worth having and if you read the Product Description you'll see what the other five volumes cover.

Volume 2 of Dian Hanson's series The History of Men's Magazines documents the proliferation of men’s . When a little magazine called Playboy debuted in December 1953 a new breed of sophisticated imitators followed.

Volume 2 of Dian Hanson's series The History of Men's Magazines documents the proliferation of men’s magazines following WWII. And when America redefined its obscenity laws in 1957 scores of new and more revealing titles followed. Volume II also covers the early evolution of English men’s magazines, profiles the top five covergirls of the 1950s, and ends with the hilarious ads from the magazines’ back pages. Male girdles, anyone?

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History of Men's Magazines (Dian Hanson's: The History of Men's Magazine) Vo. 3822826251 (ISBN13: 9783822826256). Other books in the series. History of Men's Magazines (6 books). Books by Dian Hanson. Mor. rivia About History of Men's.

Volume I explores the period from 1900, when sexy magazines first started to appear in France and Germany, through the decades of subterfuge and censorship up to the great global change wrought by WWII.

January 15 2005, 12:00am, The Times. The history of men’s magazines. This is a good strategy for a book that is less coffee-table than bedside

January 15 2005, 12:00am, The Times. This is a good strategy for a book that is less coffee-table than bedside. The author is a woman who can clearly hold her own in the man’s world.

Book in the History of Men's Magazines Series). Open your notebooks, sharpen your pencils, and get ready for a history lesson like none you've ever experienced. Open your notebooks, sharpen your pencils, and get ready for a history lesson like none you've ever experienced

View all History of Men's Magazines (Dian Hanson's: The History of Men's Magazine) Vo. pictures. Manufacturer: Taschen Release date: 1 November 2004 ISBN-10 : 3822826251 ISBN-13: 9783822826256.

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A new book, Dian Hanson's History of Pin-up Magazines, published by Taschen, tracks the pin-up girl's . Double meaning: Often, men¿s magazines would masquerade as movie magazines, humor magazines, art magazines, or 'spicy' fiction (pictured, 1936).

A new book, Dian Hanson's History of Pin-up Magazines, published by Taschen, tracks the pin-up girl's evolution from 1900 to 1969 through three volumes. Abandoning costly cover artists was one such cut. At the same time, men became accustomed to photographic pin-ups during the war and preferred these more realistic representations of women afterwards.

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History of Men's Magazines (Dian Hanson's: The History of Men's Magazines). Культура и искусство Изобразительное искусство. Whether you call them men's sophisticates, nudie books, or girly magazines, this long-ignored art form has a rich. Pin-ups from the 19th century to the 1960s It all started around 1900, and wouldn't you know the French were the first? Whether you call them men's sophisticates, nudie books, o.00. The third in Dian Hanson's wildly successful series on erotic body parts explores how the female leg became central to women's emacipation, from the French Revolution to the sexual revolution.

Taschen delivers as only Taschen can with Dian Hanson’s History of Pin-Up Magazines, a comprehensive three-volume boxed set chronicling seven decades in over 832 munificently illustrated pages, tipping the scales at nearly seven hardbound pounds

Taschen delivers as only Taschen can with Dian Hanson’s History of Pin-Up Magazines, a comprehensive three-volume boxed set chronicling seven decades in over 832 munificently illustrated pages, tipping the scales at nearly seven hardbound pounds

Open your notebooks, sharpen your pencils, and get ready for a history lesson like none you've ever experienced. Yes, that's right: you're about to learn everything you could ever want to know about the world history of men's magazines -- not sports, not fashion, not hunting or fishing or how to build a birdhouse in ten easy steps, but those titillating periodicals embracing the subject dearest to all heterosexual men's hearts and other organs: the undraped female form. A twenty-five-year veteran of the genre, former men's magazine editor Dian Hanson traces its development from 1900 to 1980 in six massive and informative volumes. Volume II starts in the post-war period of the 1940s when the US surged ahead in magazine production while the rest of the world rebuilt and recovered, and ends in 1957 when censorship at last began to ease.
Mmsa
This volume, like the first is an excellent addition to my library on the the history of sex in america. Not to mention the titalation of the photos. The only detractor was the format. Like the first it I'd done in three languages all at once and can be a bit confusing! Excellent read well worth the cost! [email protected]
Gholbimand
surprized to get it new at a reasonable price
Marg
This is a fascinating book about the history of girly magazines. It came in on time and was in good condition for a used book.
Ygglune
I can't think of another publisher, other than Taschen, who would risk publishing a six-volume, extravagantly produced history of men's magazines and who better than Dian Hanson to write it. She has had plenty of experience in this section of the magazine trade.

This volume covers the fourteen years from 1945 and really it is not too interesting until Hefner starts Playboy in 1953. Until then the market was basically down-market cheesecake and burlesque oriented magazines though there are chapters devoted to John Willie's 'Bizarre' and Lenny Burtman's 'Exotique' but these were hardly mass-market titles. Chapter three, nicely, features titles from Argentina and Mexico and chapter six covers England. Playboy was the title that makes this history interesting, unique when it first came out but not for long, titles like Nugget, The Dude, Swank, Rogue and others made this genre of publishing sort of respectable.

The seventeen chapters follow the same format, a few hundred words of copy and then pages and pages of covers and spreads from the various titles. Chapter sixteen features the Top 5 Cover girls, Diane Webber, June Wilkinson, Jayne Mansfield, Bettie Page and predictably Marilyn as number one. Chapter seventeen is a neat finale, devoted to the tacky ads that appeared in the back of many men's titles. Major advertisers totally shunned most of this market for obvious reasons.

Fascinating though the book is I do have a major disappointment (so four stars) and that is the paper, a matt stock that soaks up the ink so that none of the covers sparkle. I've bought several other pop culture Taschen books this year and they have all had semi gloss stock that reproduces covers and illustrations so well. There are a few hundred color covers in 'The History of Men's Magazines' and frequently the whole page ones look soft and grainy, they are, after all, reproduced from something already printed, a different paper would have mostly avoided this. Another slight annoyance is the three-language text (English, French and German) all set in the same typeface so at the end of a column one naturally goes to the next column and it is German. To my mind it would have been preferable to run each language in its own text block.

Apart from the paper I thought the book was well worth having and if you
read the Product Description you'll see what the other five volumes cover.
When complete I think this will become the definitive work about this
corner of the publishing world. I'm already making shelf-room for the set.
History of Men's Magazines (Dian Hanson's: The History of Men's Magazine) Vol.2 ebook
Author:
Dian Hanson
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Social Sciences
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TASCHEN (November 1, 2004)
Pages:
460 pages
Rating:
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