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Scum Manifesto

Author : Valerie Solanas
ISBN : 1873176449
Genre : Social Science
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"Life in this society being, at best, an utter bore and no aspect of society being at all relevant to women, there remains to civic-minded, responsible, thrill-seeking females only to overthrow the government, eliminate the money system, institute complete automation and destroy the male sex."--Valerie Solanas The definitive edition of probably the finest polemic in the world. It contains a new afterword detailing the life and death of Valerie Solanas.

Scum Manifesto English Edition

Author : Térésa Faucon
ISBN : 9782374401003
Genre : Art
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SCUM Manifesto is a digital book bringing texts and archives about the videotape of Carole Roussopoulos and Delphine Seyrig restored and available in full in the book. The videotape filmed in 1976 is a staged reading of extracts from Valerie Solanas’s SCUM Manifesto then out of print in French translation. Delphine Seyrig translates some passages to Carole Roussopoulos who types them in the machine. In the background, a television broadcasts live images of the TV news which let us hear the apocalyptic news. Like the book, the film is a pamphlet against society dominated by the “male” image and “virile” action.

Scum Manifesto With An Introduction By Vivian Gornick

Author : Valerie Solanas
ISBN : 0700410309
Genre : Sex role
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Scum Manifesto The Twig Benders

Author : Valerie Solanas Wilda Chase
ISBN : 9781326972905
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Scum Manifesto

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ISBN : OCLC:809383779
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The Queer Sixties

Author : Patricia Juliana Smith
ISBN : 9781136683688
Genre : Art
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The Queer Sixties assembles an impressive group of cultural critics to go against the grain of 1960s studies, and proposes new and different ways of the last decade before the closet doors swung open. Imbued with the zeitgeist of the 60s, this playful and powerful collection rescues the persistence of the queer imaginary.

Scum Manifesto And The Twig Benders

Author : Wilda Chase
ISBN : 152083084X
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The SCUM Manifesto, the most violent of the 60s and 70s' feminist texts was written in 1967. For the fiftieth anniversary of this prophetic text advocating the most radical feminism, since it purely and simply considers the suppression of the male sex, we offers this edition, with introduction and notes of Aline d'Arbrant. At the same time, Valerie Solanas was a friend of this other radical feminist, Wilda Chase, and we added to this edition the short novel that this ither gynarchist wrote the same year "The Twig Benders". The future gynarchist and cruel she described is an heterosexual response to the disappearance of males suggested the "SCUM Manifesto" and thus finds its perfect place here.

Valerie Solanas

Author : Breanne Fahs
ISBN : 9781558618497
Genre : History
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The authoritative biography of the 60s countercultural icon who wrote SCUM Manifesto, shot Andy Warhol, and made an unforgettable mark on feminist history. Valerie Solanas is one of the most polarizing figures of 1960s counterculture. A cult hero to some and vehemently denounced by others, she has been dismissed but never forgotten. Known for shooting Andy Warhol in 1968 and for writing the infamous SCUM Manifesto, Solanas became one of the most famous women of her era. But she was also diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and spent much of her life homeless or in mental hospitals. Solanas’s SCUM Manifesto, a sui generis vision of radical gender dystopia, predicted ATMs, test-tube babies, the Internet, and artificial insemination long before they existed. It has sold more copies and been translated into more languages than nearly all other feminist texts of its time. And yet, shockingly little work has investigated the life of its author. This book is the first biography about Solanas, including original interviews with family, friends (and enemies), and numerous living Warhol associates. It reveals surprising details about Solanas’s life: the children nearly no one knew she had, her drive for control over her own writing, and her elusive personal and professional relationships. Valerie Solanas reveals the tragic, remarkable life of an iconic figure. It is “not only a remarkable biographical feat but also a delicate navigation of an unwieldy, demanding, and complex life story” (BOMB Magazine).

Feminist Time Against Nation Time

Author : Victoria Hesford
ISBN : 0739144286
Genre : Social Science
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Feminist Time Against Nation Time offers a series of essays that explore the complex and oftentimes contradictory relationship between feminism and nationalism through a problematization of contemporality. The collection pursues the following questions: how do the specific temporalities of nationalism and war limit and delimit public spaces in which dissent might happen; and how might we account for the often contradictory and ambiguous relationship of 'feminism' and 'nationalism' through an exploration of the problem of time?

Hiding Man

Author : Tracy Daugherty
ISBN : 1429965266
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the 1960s Donald Barthelme came to prominence as the leader of the Postmodern movement. He was a fixture at the New Yorker, publishing more than 100 short stories, including such masterpieces as "Me and Miss Mandible," the tale of a thirty-five-year-old sent to elementary school by clerical error, and "A Shower of Gold," in which a sculptor agrees to appear on the existentialist game show Who Am I? He had a dynamic relationship with his father that influenced much of his fiction. He worked as an editor, a designer, a curator, a news reporter, and a teacher. He was at the forefront of literary Greenwich Village which saw him develop lasting friendships with Thomas Pynchon, Kurt Vonnegut, Tom Wolfe, Grace Paley, and Norman Mailer. Married four times, he had a volatile private life. He died of cancer in 1989. The recipient of many prestigious literary awards, he is best remembered for the classic novels Snow White, The Dead Father, and many short stories, all of which remain in print today. Hiding Man is the first biography of Donald Barthelme, and it is nothing short of a masterpiece.

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