Jonathan Cape, 1984, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First
author's note, notes. Black coloured boards with gilt writing on spine. Plain text dustwrapper with pink background and green, silver and white writing on the front panel and spine. Author photograph on the rear dustwrapper panel. Ann Oakley's book is as eloquent as it is disturbing. As Oakley wrestles with the political contradictions of her heterosexual passion, mother love, need for family security, career in a man's world, even her bout with cancer in the male dominated world of medicine, her provocative insights broaden and enrich the definition of modern womanhood. Bumping to the head and to feel of the spine and shelfwear is evident to the lower book edges. Browning and Fox and to top paper edge. Very slight cocking of the spine. The endpapers has very faint around the stains, those stains extend to a few pages either end of the book. Previous owner's name on title page. Some creasing to the top and bottom dustwrapper edges. Standing to the front and back fold overs. The remains of a sticker can be seen on the front fold over, lower lefthand corner. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. XII, 212 pages, . Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Women & Feminism; gender studies; Britain/UK; ISBN: 0224021184. ISBN/EAN: 9780224021180. Inventory No: 0103144.