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Robin Morgan lives in New York. She is the author of, most recently, "A Hot January: Poems 1996-1999." (Bowker Author Biography)
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Cries of the Spirit: A Celebration of Women's Spirituality (2000) — Col·laborador — 368 exemplars
Maiden Voyages: Writings of Women Travelers (1993) — Col·laborador — 189 exemplars
Gay and Lesbian Poetry in Our Time (Stonewall Inn Editions) (1836) — Col·laborador — 179 exemplars
No More Masks! An Anthology of Poems by Women (1973) — Col·laborador — 122 exemplars
Poems from the Women's Movement (2009) — Col·laborador — 106 exemplars
A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer (2007) — Col·laborador — 104 exemplars
My Lover Is a Woman (1996) — Col·laborador — 88 exemplars

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This novel focuses on a real woman - Lady Alyce Kyteler, who was accused of witchcraft in medieval Ireland - and builds a compelling story. Alyce is a confident woman who verbally duels with Church officials and is prepared to go further still to defend the people in her life. She's a refreshing character to have in a novel set during the Middle Ages and this helped make this book a quick read for me. While I've a few questions about some historical points, I really liked this novel overall and would highly recommend it.… (més)
 
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wagner.sarah35 | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Jan 15, 2024 |
Where it all started, 1970. So radical!
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ReneeGKC | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Apr 16, 2023 |
"—and some feminists say it’s her own fault for living with him, and she hides her dark red velvet wounds from pride, the pride of the victim, the pride of the victim at not being the perpetrator, the pride of the victim at not knowing how to withhold love."
 
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Eavans | Feb 17, 2023 |
I was probably the only person who read this for the sex. Well, I was ten. On second thoughts, I didn't read the sex, I devoured it and read it over and over and over. I can still recall key ideas, the writers denouncing all sorts of bits of pornographic literature, which I thought were just so sexy.

I don't know where it comes from, but in particular there is a line about a girl eagerly attached to the end of a penis being like a hooked fish and no amount of proseltysing in the analysis of how disgraceful this was made it the least bit less of a turn on for me...


The rest of it is all obvious. People equal, blah blah blah. I'm sorry, maybe you don't think this is obvious, but we were brought up with a scrupulous regard for the idea that there are no more or less than people in the world and all are equal. I never had an idea that any person wasn't equal, so it was hard to get really excited about women's lib.

Not least because they did so many stupid things that stuck, like the anti-bra thing. Maybe 6/7 years later I was asked to be involved in some women's event - would I do a chess simul. Oh, by the way, everybody was going to be topless. Like how fucked was that as an idea...let's get bunches of extra men to come and ogle. It struck me as one of the ideas that somehow made a lot of what they were doing sexist.

I agreed to play and had no intention of being topless...I went so far as to wear a see-through top. I won, if the idea was to get the most men. See what I mean? Sexist in big font.
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bringbackbooks | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Jun 16, 2020 |

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