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Gilman, Charlotte Perkins; Lane, Ann J. (introduction)



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New York: Pantheon Books, 1979 (1915). 1st paperback ed (stated). Octavo in tan color-illus wraps; xxiv, 147 pages; 22 cm; bibliographical references. Near fine with very minor external wear and tiny owner name to front free endpaper upper outer edge. Very tight and crisp.Overall near fine thus. Paperback. ISBN: 0394736656; 9780394736655

"One the eve of WWI, three American male explorers stumble onto an all-female society somewhere in the distant reaches of the earth. Unable to believe their eyes, they promptly set out to find some men, convinced that since this is a civilized country--there must be men. So begins this sparkling utopian novel, a romp through a whole world "masculine" and "feminine", as on target today as when it was written 65 years ago."—Publisher // Contents: A not unnatural enterprise -- Rash advances -- A peculiar imprisonment -- Our venture -- A unique history -- Comparisons are odious -- Our growing modesty -- The girls of Herland -- Our relations and theirs -- Their religions and our marriages -- Our difficulties -- Expelled. ¶ Women -- Fiction. Utopias -- Fiction. American fiction -- 20th century. Rôle selon le sexe -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. Femmes -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. Utopies -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. Roman américain -- 20e siècle. American fiction Sex role Utopias Women Matriarchat Utopie Utopias -- Fiction Women -- Fiction Black humor. Belletristische Darstellung. Black humor Fiction Utopian fiction Black humor (Literature) Utopian fiction. Utopian fiction. Black humor. Humour noir. Utopian fiction Science Fiction; Fantasy Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935. Lane, Ann J., 1931-; writer of introduction. Corp Author: Cairns Collection of American Women Writers.

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