The Word of a Woman: Feminist Dispatches by Robin Morgan

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The Word of a Woman: Feminist Dispatches

'“With Morgan’s passion and honesty, this book of selected short prose pieces may be the only source that combines the history of the recent Women’s Movement with a vision of the future. It leaves a trail of light.” —Gloria Steinem “No writer in America has traveled the entire distance of modern feminism with writings as provocative or with greater range or talent.” —Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton “Robin Morgan’s ideas are hers: they don’t date and they don’t pall, their wording merely shifts with the years. She is devoted, disciplined, poetic, businesslike, tough on her sisters as well as her brothers, and (may I say it?) almost innocent in her candor. I’m not a fool, and I’m much older than she—yet she taught me most of what I know, and all of what I feel, about feminism.” —Ned Rorem “An interesting look back at the feminist wave [Morgan] helped start 20 years ago.” —Kirkus Reviews'
'“With Morgan’s passion and honesty, this book of selected short prose pieces may be the only source that combines the history of the recent Women’s Movement with a vision of the future. It leaves a trail of light.” —Gloria Steinem “No writer in America has traveled the entire distance of modern feminism with writings as provocative or with greater range or talent.” —Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton “Robin Morgan’s ideas are hers: they don’t date and they don’t pall, their wording merely shifts with the years. She is devoted, disciplined, poetic, businesslike, tough on her sisters as well as her brothers, and (may I say it?) almost innocent in her candor. I’m not a fool, and I’m much older than she—yet she taught me most of what I know, and all of what I feel, about feminism.” —Ned Rorem “An interesting look back at the feminist wave [Morgan] helped start 20 years ago.” —Kirkus Reviews'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497678071 Pages: 346