AT THE CENTER OF THE ALIENATION OF WOMEN ... [Promotinoal Broadside for the Book ALL THINGS CONSIDERED]. Nadine BLOCH, Gina Rosenberg, Publisher.

AT THE CENTER OF THE ALIENATION OF WOMEN ... [Promotinoal Broadside for the Book ALL THINGS CONSIDERED]

Berkeley: Gina Rosenberg, [1977]. 11" by 17" inch off-pink sheet, printed recto only in blue, and folded in quarters as issued. About fine; crisp, bright, sharp, and vivid. Fine. Item #20085

Broadside printing an excerpt from Bloch's book ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, 1976, published by Gina Rosenberg (Berkeley: Gina Rosenberg, 1977). Originally published in French as COMPTE-RENDU 1976, the text offers a feminist critique of the Situationist International and subsequent "pro-situ" movements. "At the center of the alienation of women one finds both their need to submit to men and their criteria, and the contempt that women have for themselves. [...] It is significant that the participants (all men) in the Orientation Debate of the SI never stopped posing the question of the appropriate of their theory by the workers, of the necessary interaction between the theory they formulated and this appropriation, without ever even citing this same question for women." One copy found through OCLC at the University of Kansas.

Price: $250.00

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