Herland - Charlotte Perkins Gilman Reviews
Description:ISBN 9780486404295 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Charlotte Perkins Gilman / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 128 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 05/07/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
In 'Herland', Charlotte Perkins Gilman explores her feminist and socialist ideas with a foray in utopian fiction. The utopia Gilman creates for this novel is men-free (as the title 'Herland' kind of gives away!): a female-only territory, blissfully productive and peaceful, as utopias should be (not men-free: the peacable and lush bit!) It's an amusing and light read as the three male explorers who find Herland learn about it and hope for Carry On Up The Jungle type rampant, man-hungry Amazon women. Of course, this being a feminist text, they don't find that at all... The primary characters are the three men, Terry, Jeff and ... Read the complete review
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