Monday, 15 June 2015


ISBN-13: 978-0-7043-3949-4
Writer: Shulamith Firestone
Title: The Dialectic of SexSubtitle: The Case for Feminist Revolution
Introduction: Rosalind Delmar
Language: English
Place of Publication: London
Publisher: The Women's Press Limited
Year of Publication: 1988
Format: 121x198mm (trimmed)
Pages: 224
Illustration: 1 single colour line drawing
Cover Illustration: Christine Roche
Binding: paperback in single colour printed wrappers
Weight: 258gr.
Original Price: GBP5.95
Entry No: 2015019
Entry Date: 15th June 2015


First published in 1970, The Dialectic of Sex remains one of the key documents of the women's liberation movement: exhilarating, provocative, powerful, its arguments are at the very root of contemporary feminism.

The new feminism, the author argues, is not just a revival of a serious political movement for social equality. it is the second wave of the most important revolution in history, whose aim is the overthrow of the oldest, most rigid class/caste system in existence, the class system based on sex. Feminists have to question not just all Western culture, but the organisation of culture itself.

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