Dorothy Sayers was a woman. More importantly, to her, she was a human being, a unique individual with he rown abilities, interests and concerns. She practices her own liberation by keeping in mind her humanity- by doing her own thingm whethor or not that thing was ordinarily understood to be "feminine". These essays "are among the most penetrating analyses of women that have appeared in this century, and they are certainly the wittiest. Her weapon was the rapier, not the battering ram or the bomb." - from the Back Cover
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Descripción Paperback Jan 01, 1971. Estado de conservación: Used: Very Good. VG++. Nice. Nude accordion book cover. Nº de ref. de la librería F6-WP4M-E7YU
Descripción Intervarsity Press, 1971. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. InterVarsity Press. Downers Grove, Il. 1971. FIRST EDITION Softbound in NEAR FINE Condition. Glossy black card stock covers show slight shelf wear. INTERIOR PRISTINE: clean, tight, bright, unread. Introduction by Mary McDermott Shideler. Includes the title essay and The Human-Not-Quite-Human, reprinted from Unpopular Opinions (1947). Carefully shipped in secure parcel. Nº de ref. de la librería 509631