Feminist Philosophy and Science Fiction: Utopias and Dystopias
Judith A. Little (ed.)
Prometheus Books (2007)
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|Keywords||Science fiction, American History and criticism Science fiction History and criticism Feminism in literature Women in literature Sex role in literature Femininity (Philosophy) in literature Utopias in literature Dystopias in literature|
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