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The Issue is Power: Essays on Women, Jews, Violence and Resistance (SIGNED)

Kaye/Kantrowitz, Melanie

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ISBN 10: 1879960168 / ISBN 13: 9781879960169
Published by Aunt Lute Books, 1995
Condition: Very Good+ Soft cover
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SIGNED and inscribed on the title page by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz to Savina J. Teubal, biblical scholar and the founding president of "Sarah s Tent". ; Tight, clean and crisp. With Teubal's blind stamp to bottom of title page. No remainder mark. Not ex-library. A gently read book in Very Good condition; 8.97 X 6.01 X 0.75 inches; 320 pages; Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 26081

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Title: The Issue is Power: Essays on Women, Jews, ...

Publisher: Aunt Lute Books

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Very Good+

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition; First Printing.

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"Here is a book for everyone who dares to want to help make history. Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz is passionate, strategic, pithy, generous, realistic, controversial, unquenchable--a lifelong doer, she gives us reasons to believe in achievable justice, and maps for acting on that belief."--Adrienne Rich

From Publishers Weekly:

The pieces in this collection are sometimes redundant or predictable on progressive Jewish and feminist issues, but they also convey bright flashes of originality. Writing on Jewish women and therapy, Kaye/Kantrowitz (co-editor of The Tribe of Dina ) offers some subtle insights into the complex relationship many Jewish women have with their ethnic/religious identity. She also argues that the myth of Jewish powerlessness perpetuated by Jews is as nefarious as the myth of Jewish power promulgated by anti-Semites. The strongest piece--on women and violence--is also the most troubling, from its implicit equation of violence against women with the Holocaust to its apparent espousal of vigilantism. But Kaye/Kantrowitz convinces that women should not be pacifists, as much through her articulate rage as through her marshaling of evidence of how endemic violence against women is in our society. She exhorts women who shun violence even in self-defense to "imagine putting the knife in his flesh"--just the imagining alone is an empowering act, she says, in a world in which the legal/political/sexual deck is stacked against women.
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