The Morning After (book)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
The Morning After
The Morning After (Roiphe book).jpg
Author Katie Roiphe
Country United States
Language English
Subject Date rape
Publisher Little, Brown and Company
Publication date
Media type Print (hardcover and paperback)
Pages 180
ISBN 0-316-75432-3
OCLC 27768540

The Morning After: Sex, Fear and Feminism on Campus is a 1993 book about date rape by author and journalist Katie Roiphe. Her first book, it was reprinted with a new introduction in 1994.[1] Part of the book had previously been published as an essay, "The Rape Crisis, or 'Is Dating Dangerous?'" in the New York Times Magazine.


Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, writing for The New York Times, called The Morning After a "Book of the Times" and said "it is courageous of Ms. Roiphe to speak out against the herd ideas that campus life typically encourages."[2] In 1993, a negative review by Katha Pollitt titled 'Not Just Bad Sex' was published in The New Yorker. Pollitt's review was in turn criticized by Christina Hoff Sommers in Who Stole Feminism? (1994).[3] The Morning After received a positive response from Camille Paglia, who called it "an eloquent, thoughtful, finely argued book that was savaged from coast to coast by shallow, dishonest feminist book reviewers".[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Roiphe, Katie. The Morning After: Sex, Fear, and Feminism. Little, Brown and Company, 1994. p. xiii.
  2. ^ Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, Divergent Views of Rape As Violence and Sex, The New York Times, September 16, 1993
  3. ^ Sommers, Christina Hoff. Who Stole Feminism? How Women Have Betrayed Women. Simon & Schuster, 1994. p. 214, 298.
  4. ^ Paglia, Camille. Vamps and Tramps: New Essays. Penguin Books, 1995. p. xvi.

External links[edit]