From Eve to Dawn: Revolutions and the struggles for justice in the 20th century
“The issues [French] raises cannot be ignored. . . . No history you will read, post-French, will ever look the same again.”—The Times (London)
From the author of The Women's Room, the best-selling novel that defined the issues that ignited the women's movement, comes a vibrant history of the political revolutions of the twentieth century, ending with a thoughtful investigation into feminist movements throughout the world and into the future.
Marilyn French received her PhD from Harvard and taught at Harvard University and Holy Cross College.
Margaret Atwood is best known for her novels The Handmaid's Tale and The Blind Assassin.
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From eve to dawn: a history of womenUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Feminist Press now brings the second half of French's monumental work, originally published in Canada in 2003, to a thankful American audience. Volumes 3 and 4 delve into the economic and political ... Read full review