The Secret History of Wonder Woman
Jill Lepore talked about her book, The Secret History of Wonder Woman, in which she examines the feminist underpinnings of the superhero Wonder Woman. In her book, the author reports on the unconventional life of Wonder Woman’s creator, William Moulton Marston, a psychologist and inventor of the lie detector. Jill Lepore spoke with KPCC radio host Alex Cohen at the Los Angeles Public Library. close
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Alex Cohen Co-Host KPCC-FM->Take Two
Jill Lepore Professor Harvard University->History
Louise Steinman Director Library Foundation of Los Angeles->Cultural Programs
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