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TW: mention of socially mandated reproduction/rape.
I was wandering thorugh
The Book Grocer when I came across this volume. Having loved , The Female Man , and And Chaos Died , I was delighted to come across the novella, How To Supress Women’s Writing We Who Are About To…. I was fresh from the Ethics/Utopias/Dystopias conference (I think that event might shape a bit of my reading this year) and I’m always here for a bright, kitsch cover.
Continue reading “Reflection: We Who Are About To… by Joanna Russ”
From where she sat today, she cast a critical glance at the peace-loving girl she had once been. She had understood even then that there was a difference between the blood that flowed during a revolution and the blood that was spilled in a war. She also knew that all wars are not created equal. (122)
is a thoughtful and evocative read that traces the many and potential lives of one woman over the course of the twentieth century. It is a book that asks readers to think about the ways in which their relationships with other people—family, friends, strangers—can shape their lives. The End of Days Continue reading “Review: The End of Days – Jenny Erpenbeck”
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