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THE GREAT MOTHER : An Analysis of the Archetype (2nd Edition, Bollingen Series XLVII)
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THE GREAT MOTHER : An Analysis of the Archetype (2nd Edition, Bollingen Series XLVII)

By Neumann, Erich; (Translated from the German By Ralph Manheim)

Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ Press, 1972. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated soft cover/VG; sound w/light edge & showing discoloration. Classic work in developmental psychology by psychologist, writer and student of Carl Jung, Erich Neuman (1905 - 1960). A structural analysis of the universal, archetypical femine image, here termed "the great mother", through creative works throughout history, and recognizable, mirrored development discernible in both the individual and society at large. 185 pgs, w/archival illustrations & diagrams, 15 chapters in 2 Parts. . 2nd Edition, 2nd Printing of 1974. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued. English Editon.

$26.50

GREAT WOMEN OF FILM
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GREAT WOMEN OF FILM

By Helena Lumme; Mika Manninen

New York, NY: Billboard Books/Watson-Guptill, 2002. BRAND NEW & Collectible. First Edition, First Printing. Turn of the century review of contributions to the film industry by female actors, directors, producers, cimematographers, composers, designers, screenwiters, makeup artists to special effect technicians. Volume fortifed w/an inspiring collection of profiles, photographic portraits drawn from interviews. 127 pgs, augmented w/photos.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. NEW - COLLECTIBLE/None as Issued. Illus. by Mika Manninen & Helena Lumme (Photographers). First Edition, First Printing.

$34.50

SOUL STYLE : Black Women Redefining the Color of Fashion
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SOUL STYLE : Black Women Redefining the Color of Fashion

By Duane Thomas

New York NY: Universe Publishing, 2000. BRAND NEW & Collectible. First Edition, First Printing. Cover art to softcover: Alek Wek, photographed by Gilles Bensimon. Frontispiece: Portrait of Angela Bassett photographed by Bob Frame. Historical, dazzling, and outstanding photographic essay of fashion defined and expressed by Black women in the United States. An eloquent, artistic expression at the turn of a century.. First Edition, First Printing. Soft Cover. NEW - COLLECTIBLE/None as Issued. First Edition, First Printing.

$48.50

ESSENTIAL EXERCISES FOR THE CHILDBEARING YEAR : 4th Edition, Fully Revised : Guide to Health & Comfort Before & After Your Baby is Born
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ESSENTIAL EXERCISES FOR THE CHILDBEARING YEAR : 4th Edition, Fully Revised : Guide to Health & Comfort Before & After Your Baby is Born

By Elizabeth Noble; Raul Artal (Foreword); Louis Keith (Afterword)

Harwich, MA: New Life Images, 2003. Text/New & Bright. Softcover/VG; strong & sound w/rubs to all leading edges, faint creasing & small losses to front & back corners, and surface wear. Physical therapy during and after pregnancy. First published 1976; this is the 4th, fully Revised Edition. 284 pgs, w/line drawings, in 10 chapters. A thorough illustrated guide of essential exercises for recovery of abdominal & pelvic muscles, and avoid later back pain, mainttain bladder controll to the rest of one's life. . 4th Revised Edition, 2nd Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good/None as Issued.

$22.50

WOMEN'S WORLDS : The Art and Life of Mary Ellen Best 1809-1891
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WOMEN'S WORLDS : The Art and Life of Mary Ellen Best 1809-1891

By Caroline Davidson; Howard Rutkowski (Foreward)

New York, NY: Crown Publishers, 1985. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright; First Editiion, First Printing. Gray linen boards/Fine. DJ/NF w/short closed tear to upper front spine corner. Originally published in U.K. under the title "The World of Mary Ellen Best". Biography of 19th century, well travelled English watercolorist, and feminist Mary Ellen Best (1809 -1891) who specialized in minutely detailed, picturesque, genteel interiors of cottages, houses, churches cafes and marketplacess. Living in an age when female artists concealed their identities, Best openly sought recognition. 160 pgs; 140 color reproductions are augmented w/astute commentaries on scenes depicted. Contents are: Section 1, A Scandalous Childhood; 2, The Ambitious Young Artist; 3, An Independent Woman; and 4, Marriage & Life on the Continent, followed by Epilogue, Maps of Yorkshire & the Continent, and biographical information.. First American Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. NEW - COLLECTIBLE/Near Fine. First Edition, First Printing.

$38.50

ORLANDO : A Biography (A Signet Classic, CP156)
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ORLANDO : A Biography (A Signet Classic, CP156)

By Virginia Woolf; (Elizabeth Bowen, Afterword)

New York, NY: Signet/American Classics, 1960. Text/NEW & Bright. Softcover/VG w/rubs to leading edges. PO notations (in Chinese ideographs) to upper back, and, trace humidity (?) stains to lower corner of pgs 101 -124. Outstanding novel on gender & gendertranformation. The extraordinary lives of Orlando --- a poet (at first an English nobleman of the 1600s) who changes sex from man to woman. and lives for centuries (some 300 years) engaging with key figures of English literary history. 1928 work from Virginia Woolf (1882 - 1941) known for her intimate relationship with Vita Sackville-West (1892 - 1962); both members of the Bloomsbury Group. First published 1928; this is a reprint of 1960 with an afterword by Elizabeth Bown. A poetic, feminist masterpiece of the first order. Strong copy despite physical flaws.. First Edition, 2nd Printing of 1963. Paperback. Good/None as Issued. Vintage/Fiction.

$26.50

THE COMPANY SHE KEEPS : 5th Big Printing (Dell, 1438

By Mary McCarthy

New York, NY: Dell Publishing, 1963. Text/As New w/faint discoloration. Softcover/NF w/edge rubs, small loss to upper front corner, and light soiling to surfaces. Text edges, dyed green, with discoloration. Novel? Ccollection 6 short stories starring the same protagonist? Autobiographical? Fiction? --- Yes to all the above. Debut work by novelist & social activiist Mary Therese McCarthy (1912- 1989) loosely combining 6 narratives first published in periodicals. Adventures of Margaret Sargent, or "Meg" --- a college graduate living in New York City in the 1930s. A young woman whose early marriage ends in divorce (her choice, as both husband and illicit lover disappoint), an editorial assitant for a publishing house while wrtiing for a politically liberal magazine, and, a social life allowing mingling with prestigious literary personnages of the time (some of the characters are thinly veiled actual acquaintanceships with well-known intellectuals such as Edmund Wilson and Philip Rahv). Beautifully written.. Reprint, 5th Printing, 1963. Paperback. Good/None as Issued.

$24.50

MY COUNTRY IS THE WHOLE WORLD : An Anthology of Women's Work on Peace and War

By Cambridge Women's Peace Collective

London, UK: Pandora Press, 1984. EX-LIB, UNCIRCULATED COPY. Text/BRAND NEW & BRIGHT. Published as softcover, this copy is a library-reinforced hardcover w/a scrape to lower left by spine. 306 pgs. Anthology of women's protests, from poems to essays, against warfare. Contents, arranged chronologically, bear testimony to ever sophistication in modes of war as well as historical thought from early solitary voices to utterence of organized groups. The 2nd selection is from A.D. China written by Ts'ai Yen of the Han Dynasty; her husband killed by Huns (Tartars) is taken as a war bride (or, trophy). Strong copy despite flaws.. First Edition, First Thus. Library Hardcover. Very Good/None as Issued. Vintage/Anthology.

$18.50

THE YELLOW WALLPAPER
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THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

By Gilman, Charlotte Perkins

New York, NY: Feminist Press, 1977. BRAND NEW copy. First published in 1892 in the New England Magazine; this edition is a reprint of the 1899 issue of Small, Maynard, Boston, with an Afterword by Elaine R. Hedges. A literary masterpiece. Semi-autobiographical narrative of a woman's mental breakdown. Reflections of a fragile, 19th-century heroine confined to solitary convalesence in a room with walls papered in yellow. On the surface a portrait of psychological aberration, the narrative explores politics of male-female, husband-wife relationships and sheds light on the despair of women cast in submissive roles.. 1st Edition, 19th Printing. Soft Cover. NEW/None as Issued.

$16.50

...AND MIGHTY WOMEN TOO : Stories of Notable Western Canadian Women

By MacEwan, Grant

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1975. Text/BRAND NEW. Illustrated soft cover/NF w/light shelf wear & small pushes to front upper/lower spine corners. 32 biographies of outstanding men of vigor, courage and resourcefulness in the annals of Western Canada by John Walter Grant MacEwan, best known as Grant MacEwan (1902 - 2000), farmer, faculty the Universities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Mayor of Calgary and both a Member of the Legislative Assembly and Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, who authored Fifty Mighty Men Canada, to which this volume is a supplementary sequel, or, a companion work.. First Edition, First Thus. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None as Issued. First Edition, First Thus.

$14.50

THE PEAK EXPERIENCE : Hiking and Climbing for Women
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THE PEAK EXPERIENCE : Hiking and Climbing for Women

By Seghers, Carroll

Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill, 1979. Text/BRAND NEW. Blue linen boards/Fine. DJ/VG; Strong & sound w/nips, chips, small losses to edges, surface rubs & trace soiling to back. Practical guide/reference to hiking and mountaineering skills for women. 16 chapters by mountaineer, photographer and sports writer Carroll Seghers, II : 1, Introduction; 2, The Decision; 3, Places to Go; 4, Training; 5, Outfitting; 6, First Expedition; 7, On the Trail; 8, The Camp and Tent Site; 9, Fires & Cooking Dinner; 10, The Night - Sleeping Bag' 11, Breakfast & Breaking Camp; 12, Navigation; 13, Trouble - How to Avoid & How to Deal; 14, Expedition Behavior & Leadership; 15, Basic Climbing; and, 16, On the Wall - One Woman's First Climb, followed by appendices.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Carroll Seghers (Author-Photographer).

$28.50

SPORTSFITNESS FOR WOMEN :

By Rosenzweig, Sandra

New York, NY: Harper & Row, 1982. Text/BRAND NEW. Illustrated soft cover/NF w/trace bend to upper back corner, echoing threw last pages of text. A guide for developing strength and training the female body for sports. Ways to trim the body, flex the joints, and flex the muscles. 10 chapters in 4 parts: Part I, The Basics; II, Sports & Exercises; III, The Inner Woman; and, IV, Sports Medicine, followed by appendices.. First Edition, First Printing. Soft Cover. Collectible - Near Fine/None as Issued. Illus. by Mellisa Mathis (Illustrator).

$17.50

THE INLAND WHALE : Nine Stories Retold from California
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THE INLAND WHALE : Nine Stories Retold from California

By Kroeber, Theodora; (Oliver La Farge, Foreword)

Berkeley, CA: Univ of California Press, 1959. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated soft cover/VG w/light edge rubs & faint creasings to front corners. Ethnologist Theodora Kroeber (1897 - 1979), wife of anthropologist Alfred L. Kroeber (1876 - 1960) re-tells nine traditional tales of Nothern California Native Americans. The stories are thematically unified by containing within each tale is a portrait of a woman; they are: 1, The Inland Whale; 2, Loon Woman; 3, Butterfly Man; 4, Dance Mad; 5, Love Charm; 6, Umai; 7, About-the-House Girl; 8, Tesilya, Sun's Daughter; and, 9, The Man's Wife. Strong copy.. First Edition, 6th Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good/None as Issued. Illus. by Joseph Crivy (Illustrator).

$10.50

SISTERS OF THE EARTH : Women's Prose and Poetry About Nature
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SISTERS OF THE EARTH : Women's Prose and Poetry About Nature

By Anderson, Lorraine (Editor & Preface)

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Vintage Books, 1991. Text/BRAND NEW. Illustrated soft cover/NF. Stated First Edition. Anthology of women's writing on nature. Collection of poems, essays, stories, and journal entries by some ninety women writers arranged thematically: I, Our Kinship with Her: How We Are Embedded in Nature; II, Her Pleasures: The Delight We Take in Nature; III, Her Wilderness: What is Untamed in Nature and in Us; IV, Her Solace: How Nature Heals Us; V, Her Creatures: Animal, Vegetable, & Mineral Presences; VI, Her Rape: How Nature Has Been Abused; and, Healing Her: Walking in Balance with Nature, followed by Index to Authors to the rear.. First Edition, First Thus. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None as Issued.

$12.50

ARIZONA HIGHWAYS : SPECIAL EDITION,  July 1974, Volume L (50), No 7
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ARIZONA HIGHWAYS : SPECIAL EDITION, July 1974, Volume L (50), No 7

By Carlson, Raymond (Editor Emeritus); Joseph Stacey (Editor)

Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Highway Department, 1974. BRAND NEW Copy w/trace wear to softcover. COVER ART: Photo of "WE-1, Navajo Rug" depicting a row of Yeis female gods. This Special Edition issue of July 1974 is devoted Native American textiles, tapestries and rugs, and is a tribute to the artistry and hard work of those Navajo women who produce them. Lead article: Hopi Weaving (Jerry D. Jacka, text & photos).. Volume L (50), No 7, July 1974. Soft Cover/Magazine. NEW/None as Issued. VintageJuly 1974 Issue.

$16.50

POWERS OF DESIRE : The Politics of Sexuality (New Feminist Library)

By Ann Snitow; Christine Stansell; Sharon Thompson (Editors)

New York, NY: Monthly Review Press, 1983. BRAND NEW Copy w/trace edge wear to softcover. Women's studies. Provocative anthology of 33 essays addressing current feminist, socio-political sexual issues --- abortion, pornography, reproductive and gay rights, and what can be expected of the future. Articles cover history, sociology, journalism, lesbianism, rights of third world women, and expressions in fiction and poetry. 489 pgs. Essays arranged in 6 sections: I, The Capitalist Paradox: Expanding & Contracting Pleasures; II, Sexual Revolution; III, The Institution of Heterosexuality; IV, Domination, Submission & the Unconscious; V, On Sexual Openess; and VI, Current Controversies.. First Edition, 8th Printing. Soft Cover. NEW/None as Issued.

$28.50

WHY I MARCH : Images from the Women's March Around the World
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WHY I MARCH : Images from the Women's March Around the World

By Samantha Weiner; Emma Jacobs (Editors)

New York, NY: Abrams Image, 2017. BRAND NEW & COLLECTIBLE. First Edition, First Printing. History; primary resource, Photographic essay. 173 pgs. Testimony of The Women's March, a worldwide protest on January 21, 2017. Most issues were in repudiation of Donald Trump's inauguration to presidency --- a rally for human rights. Most formidable single-day protest in U.S. history. Protest in Washington, D.C.; known as the "Women's March on Washington", drew some 440,000 to 500,000 people; sympathetic worldwide participation estimated at five million. Estimation indicates there were at least 408 marches in the U.S., and 168 in 81 other countries spread over 7 continents. Largest of political demonstrations to date.. First Edition, First Printing. Soft Cover. NEW - COLLECTIBLE/None as Issued. Illus. by Gettty Images (Photographs). First Edition, First Printing.

$22.50

DREAMS OF THE WOMAN WHO LOVED SEX : A Collection

By Tee Corinne

Austin, TX: Banned Books, 1987. Text/BRAND NEW. Softcover/NF, showing trace shelf wear. Stated First Edition. Lesbian erotic literature. 135 pgs. Anthology in 3 parts: I, Passion is a Forest Fire Between Us (a first person narrative); II, Cream: A Suite of 31 Poems; and III, Dreams of the Woman Who Loved Sex,. First Edition, First Thus. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued. Stated First Edition.

$16.50

WOMEN OF THE WEST

By Sheafer, Silvia Anne

Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1980. EX-LIB. Near New. Historial narratives written for young readers. With the Californian Gold Rush by 1850, of the some 380,000 migrants in search of fortune, only 8% were women. Who were they? Why did they come? Not for gold, but did possess values salient the Victorian Period. 152 pgs, 9 unique biographies. Of interrest are lives of: Actress and philanthropist Lotta Crabtress (1847 - 1924), known as "The Nation's Darling", whose life story, starring Mitzi Gaynor, was adapted to film as Golden Girl in 1951; Charlie Parkhurst, stage coach driver for Wells Fargo. Rugged, wide brim hat, neck kerchief, leather pants, high-heeled scuffed boots, with a cowboy's swagger on whose death, the San Francisco Call (January 1880) reported the mortitian found "he" was a woman; and, the life of Presbyterian missionary Donaldina Cameron (1869 - 1968), known as the tough, "Angry Angel of Chinatown" who rescued more than 3,000 Chinese immigrant girls and women from indentured servitude. . First Edition, Printing "A". Hard Cover. Very Good/Near Fine.

$16.50

THE FIT OR FAT WOMAN : Solutions for Women's Unique Concerns
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THE FIT OR FAT WOMAN : Solutions for Women's Unique Concerns

By Bailey, Covert; Bishop, Lea

Boston MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1989. BRAND NEW COPY w/faint creasing to pg 3 and miniscle, faint spot to lower text edge. Review of the medical, dietary and hormonal factors that drive fat up. Aside from social price, women do tend to accumulate fat naturally --- a guide to manage a challenge in face of corporate dominated standards of "beauty" for women. Forgive the insertion: In classical fine arts, beauty of T'ang Dynasty China favored the plump as reflected in the Japanese kimono which emphasized then alluring, drammatically exposed, smooth and full nape of the neck versus boney cartiliages of today. Nevertheless, if slimness is important, this is an informative and practical guide pertinent to today. 151 pgs in 5 lucid chapters: 1, Women Are Different; 3, Begone, Fat!; 3. How to Track Your Progress; 5, Other Aspects of Physiology; and 6. Motivation.. First Edition, 7th Printing. Soft Cover. NEAR FINE/None as Issued.

$16.50

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