The Second Sex
The essential masterwork that has provoked and inspired generations of men and women. “From Eve’s apple to Virginia Woolf’s room of her own, Beauvoir’s treatise remains an essential rallying point, urging self-sufficiency and offering the fruit of knowledge.” —Vogue
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Even though their ideal was of a love without domination, it was part of the myth that Sartre was Beauvoir's first man. After Georges de Beauvoir confronted them (they had been living together more or less openly), Sartre, ...
Simone De Beauvoir. V O L U M E | Facts and Myths Introduction I hesitated alongtime before writing a book on woman. volume Facts and Myths.
6. See Part Two, pp. 135–136. * “Logalité dans a difference” in the French text. Literal translation: “different but equal.” =TRANs. 8. The article by Michel Carrouges on this theme in 12 || Facts AND Myths.
Those who are not threatened by their fellow men are far more likely to recognize woman as a 7. At least he thought he could. counterpart; but even for them the myth of the Woman, INTRoduction | 13.
counterpart; but even for them the myth of the Woman, of the Other, remains precious for many reasons; they can hardly be blamed for not wanting to lightheartedly sacrifice all the benefits they derive from the myth: they know what they ...
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This book consists of three parts all jumbled-up together so that some of the still relevant gets missed in the "WTF did I just read." One part is a solid historical look at what the life of women ... Read full review
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A dense book in which de Beauvoir attempts to define a feminist view of the world, and to explain the differentiation of that view from the masculine. There is a lot of close reasoning, but a serious ... Read full review
The Woman in Love
PART THREE MYTHS