by Jeremy Mark Robinson - £12.00 Crescent Moon Publishing (2008)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781861711267 | ISBN 10: 1861711263
A very powerful feminsist and public speaker, Andrea Dworkin is the author of the highly influential book Pornography: Men Possessing Women, of which Mary Daly wrote: 'An original, brilliant, courageous work combining massice and precise research with incisive analysis.'
Cited by many feminists, often only in passing, often with a negative light, Dworkin has rarely been the subject of a full-length treatment, as here.
This book synpathetically and critically surveys the chief themes of Dworkin's polemical feminism, including her anti-pornography stance; the controversial bill of rights; sexual politics; and literary aesthetics. Robinson links Dworkin to French feminism, queer, gay and lesbian theory, Anglo-American feminism, and American literature.
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