"Terrifying…Impressive…A challenging esay that justifies the feminist revival." THE NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling author and feminist scholar Marilyn French has written a shocking and fascinating analysis of the history of women’s political, cultural, physical, and economic repression that is as controversial as it is utterly convincing. In this stunning work of resarch, Ms. French creates a devastating portrait of today’s male-dominated global society, with its underlying aim of destroying, subjugating, or mutilating women. Here is a devastating indictment of our values and an important step toward an urgent public discussion of human morality.
Marilyn French (1929–2009) received her doctorate from Harvard University in 1972. She was a literary critic, and her articles and stories appeared in a wide range of journals and anthologies. French is the author of several books, including The War Against… More about Marilyn French
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Published by Ballantine Books Mar 02, 1993| 224 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780345382481