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An edition of Click: Becoming Feminists (1997)

Click

Becoming Feminists

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This edition was published in by MacFarlane Walter & Ross in Toronto.

Written in English

216 pages

Click: Gloria Steinhem’s familiar expression for the moment of feminist self-awareness, the radicalization of consciousness, resonates loudly today as it did for the movement’s founders. Feminism was born of women’s experience and for many that experience was an instant of recognition, a flood of light, a new and sudden sensibility. What all feminists share is revelation.

In search of those definitive click moments, poet and anthologist Crosbie asked thirty women – writers, journalists, musicians, actors, academics and artists - who have inscribed feminism in their lives and work to recount the experiences that made the personal political for them. The result is an electrifying anthology that takes flight from a common phenomenon but overflows with feminism’s diversity, contrariness, and truth-telling strength.

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Click: Becoming Feminists
January 1, 1997, MacFarlane Walter & Ross
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Becoming Feminists

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Click: Gloria Steinhem’s familiar expression for the moment of feminist self-awareness, the radicalization of consciousness, resonates loudly today as it did for the movement’s founders. Feminism was born of women’s experience and for many that experience was an instant of recognition, a flood of light, a new and sudden sensibility. What all feminists share is revelation.

In search of those definitive click moments, poet and anthologist Crosbie asked thirty women – writers, journalists, musicians, actors, academics and artists - who have inscribed feminism in their lives and work to recount the experiences that made the personal political for them. The result is an electrifying anthology that takes flight from a common phenomenon but overflows with feminism’s diversity, contrariness, and truth-telling strength.

Click

Becoming Feminists

This edition was published in by MacFarlane Walter & Ross in Toronto.


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Lynn Crosbie

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Paperback
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216 p. ;
Number of pages
216

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OL8567950M
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clickbecomingfem0000unse
ISBN 10
1551990040
ISBN 13
9781551990040
OCLC/WorldCat
38432953
Library Thing
512461
Goodreads
1517069

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