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An edition of The girls in 3-B (1959)

The girls in 3-B

1st Feminist Press ed.
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An edition of The girls in 3-B (1959)

The girls in 3-B

1st Feminist Press ed.
  • 5.00 ·
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Publish Date
Publisher
Feminist Press
Language
English
Pages
236

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An honest, explosive novel that turns conventional ideas of 1950s feminity upside down, The Girls in 3-B reveals in page-turning detail the hidden world of mid-century America, showcasing predatory Beatnick men, workplace intrigues, drug hallucinations, repressed family secrets, and clandestine lesbian trysts. From the hip-hang of a bohemian lifestyle to the sophisticated lure of a wealthy boss to the habbier —but taboo— security of a lesbian relationship these three women experience first-hand the adventures and the limitations that await spirited young working women who strike out on their own in a decidedly male-centered world.

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Cover of: The girls in 3-B
The girls in 3-B
11-01-2003, Feminist Press
Paperback in English - 1st Feminist Press ed.
Cover of: The girls in 3-B
The girls in 3-B
1959, Fawcett Publications
in English
Cover of: The girls in 3-B
The girls in 3-B
1959, Fawcett Publications
in English

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Published in

New York, USA

First Sentence

""I bought you some pajamas," Annice's mother said."

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-206).

Series
Femmes fatales: women write pulp
Genre
Fiction.
Copyright Date
1959

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.54
Library of Congress
PS3570.A957 G57 2003, PS3570.A957G57 2003

Contributors

Afterword
Lisa Walker
Text Design
Dayna Navaro
Foreword
Livia Tenzer
Foreword
Jean Casella
Photographer
Tee A. Corinne
Illustrator
James Meese

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
xiv, 206 p. ;
Number of pages
236
Dimensions
21 x x centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3676154M
Internet Archive
girlsin3b00tayl
ISBN 10
1558614621, 1558614567
ISBN 13
9781558614567
LC Control Number
2003013432
OCLC/WorldCat
52478429
Library Thing
12056
Freebase
/m/06nvnd7
Wikidata
Q104112956
Goodreads
1290968
33410952

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