Simone de Beauvoir's the Second Sex (Beginner's Guides (Hodder & Stoughton))

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9780340846490: Simone de Beauvoir's the Second Sex (Beginner's Guides (Hodder & Stoughton))

Since its appearance in 1949, Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex has been a central text of feminist thought and the wider feminist movement. Always controversial, this book has arguably exercised more personal and plitical influence than any other work. Yet for all its direct impact, the book's arguments are elaborate and often difficult, and its range is immense. Its philosophical and historical origins are complex, and its literary and intellectual methods are subtle.

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This handy series from Headway offers brief yet lucid introductions to the world’s cultural icons. Each book examines the life, the work, and the legends surrounding its subject, and key terms and concepts are highlighted and clearly explained. Additionally, each chapter ends with a review section for easy reference and to help consolidate the reader’s understanding of the text.

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George Myerson is a reader in English at KCL. He is a published author with Routledge on linguistics and sultural analysis

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