Feminism genre books (41)


A Woman Like Her : The Short Life of Qandeel Baloch by Sanam Maher EN

Rating: 4     1 Vote
Country: Asia / Pakistan flag Pakistan
A NEW YORK TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2020'The powerful story of a woman who was ahead of her time' Mishal Husain, presenter at BBC News'Terrific and necessary' Sonia Faleiro'This book is brilliant and terrifying' Meena Kandasamy_________________________ A beautiful woman in winged eyeliner and a low-cut top lies on a bed urging her favourite cricketer to win the next match. In another post, she pouts at the camera from a hot tub. She posts a selfie with a cleric, wearing his cap at a jaunty angle. Her posts are viewed millions of times and the comments beneath them a... continue
Recommended: 04 Feb 2023


Borderlands : The New Mestiza by Gloria Anzaldúa EN

Rating: 5     1 Vote
Rooted in Gloria Anzaldúa's experience as a Chicana, a lesbian, an activist, and a writer, the essays and poems in this volume profoundly challenged, and continue to challenge, how we think about identity.Borderlands / La Frontera remaps our understanding of what a "border" is, presenting it not as a simple divide between here and there, us and them, but as a psychic, social, and cultural terrain that we inhabit, and that inhabits all of us. This twenty-fifth anniversary edition features a new introduction by scholars Norma Cantú (University of Texas at San Antonio) and Aída Hurtado (Universit... continue

Colonised People

Colonised People by Grace Mera Molisa EN

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Oceania / Vanuatu flag Vanuatu
Recommended: 14 Jan 2023


Come : A Memoir by Rita Therese EN

Rating: 4     1 Vote
Country: Oceania / Australia flag Australia
Bold, brave and darkly funny, COME is the extraordinary story of Melbourne sex worker Rita Therese and the love, sex and death she has experienced in her life so far.
Recommended: 10 Jun 2022

Daring to Drive

Daring to Drive : A Saudi Woman’s Awakening by Manal Sharif EN

Rating: 5     1 Vote
Country: Asia / Saudi Arabia flag Saudi Arabia
A memoir by a Saudi Arabian woman who became the unexpected leader of a movement to support women's rights describes how fundamentalism influenced her radical religious beliefs until her education, a job, and legal contradictions changed her perspectives.
Recommended: 03 Apr 2023

Diary of a Void

Diary of a Void : A Novel by Emi Yagi EN

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Country: Asia / Japan flag Japan
*One of The New Yorker’s Best Books of the Year* *As heard on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday* “One of the most passionate cases I’ve ever read for female interiority, for women’s creative pulse and rich inner life.” ―Katy Waldman, The New Yorker “Always expect the unexpected when you’re not expecting.” ―Sloane Crosley A woman in Tokyo avoids harassment at work by perpetuating, for nine months and beyond, the lie that she’s pregnant in this prizewinning, thrillingly subversive debut novel about the mother of all deceptions, for fans of Convenience Store Woman and Breasts and Eggs When thirty-four... continue
Recommended: 06 Aug 2023


Die, My Love by Ariana Harwicz EN

Rating: 4     3 Votes
Longlisted for the Man Booker International Prize 2018. A manic, bruising stream of conscious portrayal of a mother and wife struggling to maintain both a normal life and her sanity.
Recommended: 09 Apr 2022


El país de las mujeres by Gioconda Belli ES

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Un hipotetico pais latinoamericano es gobernado por una mujer. Relata la historia del Partido de la Izquierda Erotica (PIE). Un gobierno unico compuesto exclusivamente por mujeres.
Recommended: 08 May 2023


Elena Knows by Claudia Piñeiro EN

Rating: 4     5 Votes
In a single day, a journey across Buenos Aires reveals a daughter to her mother, a mother to herself, and the oppressive weight of received ideas to women connected by a fleeting encounter, twenty years before.
Recommended: 15 Oct 2022


En ze leefden nog by Elisabeth Lucie Baeten NL

Rating: 5     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Belgium flag Belgium
Een baanbrekend sprookjesboek voor een nieuwe generatie kinderen én hun ouders. Er was eens een boek vol prachtige verhalen over prinsessen die hun leven eindelijk zelf mogen bepalen. Geen van hen wanhopig, stil of naar een prins op zoek, prinsessen doen lekker wat ze willen in dit sprookjesboek. Ariël wil geen ballet, maar liever waterpolo doen. Doornroosje is veel te moe voor een ongevraagde zoen. Wist je dat Rapunzel haar lange haren soms best haat? En het Beest van Belle is misschien wel om een goede reden kwaad. Dit boek toont aan meisjes, jongens, iedereen die ... continue
Recommended: 29 Apr 2023

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