|The Autobiography of Margaret Sanger|
by Margaret Sanger
Sanger was a pioneer in establishing birth control as a basic human right and a founder of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. Her autobiography is a classic of women's studies.
by Kate Chopin
First published in 1899, this controversial novel of a New Orleans wife's search for love outside a stifling marriage shocked readers. Today, it remains a first-rate narrative with superb characterization. New introductory note.
|The Price of Salt: OR Carol|
by Patricia Highsmith
Heralded as "the novel of a love society forbids," Patricia Highsmith's 1952 lesbian cult classic recounts a chance meeting between two lonely women that leads to a passionate romance. The basis of the acclaimed 2015 film Carol. read more
|$9.95||The Promised Land|
by Mary Antin
This 1912 classic of the Jewish-American immigrant experience, whose author arrived in Boston from Russia as a child in the 1890s, offers a moving narrative of Old and New World cultures. read more
|The Subjection of Women|
by John Stuart Mill
This landmark in the struggle for human rights, written by the great English philosopher, argues for equality in all legal, political, social and domestic relations between men and women. read more
|$4.00||The Suffragette: The History of the Women's Militant Suffrage Movement|
by Sylvia Pankhurst
A thorough history of the suffragette movement from 1905 to 1910, this survey covers the founding of the Women's Social and Political Union, its growth, militant tactics, and arrests of its leaders. read more
|The Woman's Bible: A Classic Feminist Perspective|
by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Book-by-book examination of the Bible by pioneer in women's rights movement places events in their historical context, interprets passages as allegory and fact, and compares them with myths of other cultures. read more
|$14.95||The Yellow Wallpaper and Other Stories|
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Seven charming tales explore relations between the sexes and offer witty insights from a feminist perspective. Includes the 1892 title classic, plus "Cottagette," "Turned," "Mr. Peebles' Heart," and more.
|Today's Wonder Women: Everyday Superheroes Who Are Changing the World|
by Asha Dahya
Prominent CEOs, entrepreneurs, activists, and other powerful women identify their superpowers — love, determination, vision, and grit — and share their wisdom and advice in ways that readers can assimilate into their own lives. read more
|$24.95||Woman in the Nineteenth Century|
by Margaret Fuller
This 1845 classic by prototypical feminist discusses the Woman Question, prostitution and slavery, marriage, employment, reform, many other topics. Enormously influential work is today a classic of feminist literature.
|Woman's Life in Colonial Days|
by Carl Holliday
Classic study suggests that, in spite of hardships, many American colonial women led rich, fulfilling lives. Thoughtfully written, well-documented account explores daily lives of women in New England and Southern colonies. read more
|$14.95||Women and Economics|
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
This classic of feminist theory relates the evolution of women's economic reliance on men and the system's deleterious effects on both sexes. A landmark treatise in the struggle for gender equality.