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The Female Man

The Female Man

by Joanna Russ
Paperback
Publication Date: 01/01/2011
RRP  $24.99 $23.75

A landmark book in the fields of science fiction and feminism.

Four women living in parallel worlds, each with a different gender landscape. When they begin to travel to each other's worlds each woman's preconceptions on gender and what it means to be a woman are challenged.

Acclaimed as one of the essential works of science fiction and an influence on William Gibson, The Female Man takes a look at gender roles in society and remains a work of great power.

ISBN:
9780575094994
9780575094994
Category:
Science fiction
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
01-01-2011
Language:
English
Publisher:
Orion Publishing Co
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
224
Dimensions (mm):
197x131x17mm
Weight:
0.22kg
Joanna Russ

Joanna Russ was born in New York City and is regarded as one of the leading feminist science fiction writers.

She died in 2011.

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