2 edition of Feminiad found in the catalog.
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This is the coffee table book all feminists need on their bookshelves. It's a gorgeously illustrated tome that celebrates 70 trailblazing women and Author: Elena Nicolaou. Adrienne Rich was an award-winning poet, longtime American feminist, and prominent lesbian. She wrote more than a dozen volumes of poetry and several nonfiction books. Rich won the National Book Award in for "Diving Into the Wreck," but refused to accept the award individually, instead sharing it with fellow nominees Audre Lorde and Alice.
Though many applaud A Room of One's Own as Woolf's seminal feminist manifesto, Three Guineas definitely deserves a spot on your gender studies fact, reading this book will change the way you perceive and express patriotism as a woman. It was originally written as a letter expressing why Woolf could not support the anti-war movement as men had, despite being a staunch . Kraus' book examines (beautifully and devastatingly) the sometimes confusing, often wrenching feminist dynamics in being attracted to, and forming romantic attachments with, .
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