Every Man Is A Victim of the Female Caricature in Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny

Deft and merciless in her portrayal of humanity, Patricia Highsmith is little remembered for her short stories so much as her most famous character, Tom Ripley of the semi-eponymous The Talented Mr. Ripley¬†and, more recently, The Price of Salt thanks to its film adaptation into Carol. But with the release of her taut short story collection, Little Tales of Misogyny, in 1977 (in Germany first, … Continue reading Every Man Is A Victim of the Female Caricature in Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny