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Masters of Sex (book)

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Language  English
Role  Book by Thomas Maier
Name  Masters Sex
Page count  440

Pages  440
Author  Thomas Maier
Subject  Masters and Johnson
Country  United States of America

Media type  Print (hardcover and paperback)
Similar  Thomas Maier books, Other books

Adaptations  Masters of Sex (2013)
Originally published  January 1, 2009

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Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the Couple Who Taught America How to Love is a 2009 biography by Thomas Maier. The book chronicles the early lives and work of two American sexologists, Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson, who studied human sexuality from 1957 to the 1990s. The 2013 Showtime television series Masters of Sex, starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan, is based on the book.

Contents

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Reception

The book had a positive reception. Debby Applegate described the biography as "a terrific book about the unlikely couple who touched off the sexual revolution. More than a biography, this is an intimate history of sex in the twentieth century." The New York Times commended Maier's writing style and sense of humor. The Chicago Tribune named it as one of their favorite non-fiction books of 2009.

References

Masters of Sex (book) Wikipedia


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