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The Twig Benders

by CHASE, Wilda

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New York: The Feminists, n.d., ca. 1969. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; 6pp.; printed from typescript on green stock. Light wear to extremities else Very Good or better. The Feminists organization rubberstamp to top edge of p. 1 as issued. Described in The Feminists publication catalog as "a pornographic study of pornography." Dystopic tale set at the fictional Eastgate Finishing School for Boys where the pupils must go around naked at all times while the instructors, all female, "are expected to use the boys sexually as such experience counts as part of the boy's training for the Masculine Role" (p. 1). This story was reprinted in the June 19th, 1970, issue of Everywoman. OCLC locates 3 copies of this edition as of April, 2019, at Central Connecticut, Kansas, and UVA.


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The Twig Benders
CHASE, Wilda
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The Feminists
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New York
Date Published
n.d., ca. 1969
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Modern Fiction; Fantasy - Lost Race - Science Fiction; Women; Sixties; Dystopias;

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