HerlandeBook - 2014
A landmark of feminist science fiction Three students of sociology journey into an uncharted region of South America to put to rest the rumors that an all-female civilization lives there. Impossible, they tell themselves: How would such a society reproduce? And even if they magically overcame that obstacle, women certainly could not survive in the middle of the jungle without men to protect them and tell them what to do. Not only does an all-female village exist, it is one of the most advanced civilizations on record. The women are strong and kind, pragmatic and creative, wise and happy. They have two thousand years' worth of remarkable history. As the three explorers learn how Herland came to be, they start to question everything they thought they knew about "the fairer sex." With its groundbreaking blend of science fiction and feminism, Herland paved the way for authors such as Margaret Atwood and Octavia E. Butler. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Open Road Integrated Media,, 2014
Characteristics: 1 online resource (384 pages)