Rape of the Wild: Man's Violence Against Animals and the Earth
"One of the really significant books to have come out of the women's movement." -- Mary Daly "Rape of the Wild is a bold work that stress[es] the absolute necessity of kinship with nature and all forms of life." -- Animal's Agenda "This book is constructively "radical" in that it channels the energy of anger into a probing examination of the roots of patrist violence." -- Changing Man ..". a welcome addition to ecofeminist literature... " -- Feminist for Animal Rights "Rape of the Wild is a very moving, passionately written expose of men's subjugation and exploitation of the natural environment and of women." -- Forest History Society This visionary and inspiring book is a cogent analysis of man's use and misuse of his environment and an impassioned plea for a feminist ecological revolution.
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