Laura Ingalls Wilder Country
Paperback ISBN: 0060973463
Chronicling the lives of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family members, a photographic tour includes images of the cabins, homes, and towns in which she lived, as well as pictures of such items as the family Bible and Pa's fiddle. Reprint.
A Not Entirely Benign Procedure
Four Years As a Medical Student
Paperback ISBN: 0452272580
"Fascinating... Klass writes with wit, intelligence, and a great deal of insight."—The New York Times Book Review Acclaimed pediatrician, journalist, and novelist Perri Klass offers a provocative look at the ups and downs of medical school from those first exams to the day she became a doctor. In a direct, candid style, Klass shares what it is like to be a first-time mother while attending med school; the unique lingo of the med student; how to deal with every bodily fluid imaginable; and the humor and heartbreak of working with patients. With this collection of essays, Klass established herself as a go-to voice for a generation of med students and doctors, with her frank and witty perspective. Klass also brings a proven ability to make the medical world accessible to the lay reader, through her extensive literary and journalistic experience.
The Metaethics of Radical Feminism
Paperback ISBN: 0807014133
"In this deeply original, provocative book, outrage, hilarity, grief, profanity, lyricism and moral daring join in bursting the accustomed bounds even of feminist discourse." —The New York Times Book Review
The Road from Coorain
Paperback ISBN: 0679724362
A woman of intellect and ambition describes growing up on an Australian ranch, coping with her father's death and her mother's depression, her intellectual awakening at the university, and her path to becoming Smith College's first woman president
Women and the Politics of Appearance
Paperback ISBN: 0896082792
A provocative exploration of the links between appearance, gender and sexuality. Discusses beauty and ugliness, racism and beauty standards, and the role of class in shaping images of beauty.
Whoredom in Kimmage
The World of Irish Women
Paperback ISBN: 0385474504
A lively portrait of contemporary Ireland focuses on the roles of its women at a time when change is still in the beginning stages and features interviews with the nation's first female president, an abortion activist, and regulars at a local pub. Reprint. NYT.