Bernard Setaro Clark
The mere mention of red hair conjures vivid images and provokes strong reactions. Popular stereotypes of redheaded women range from the fiery-tempered vixen and the penitent prostitute--Mary Magdalene is often portrayed in art as a redhead--to the fun-loving scatterbrain Lucille Ball. Red-haired men, meanwhile are consistently associated with either the savage barbarian or the redheaded clown. But why?Red: A History of the Redhead is the first audiobook to chronicle red hair and redheadedness from prehistory ...