Always innovative, often provocative, and frequently polarizing, Dworkin has carved out a unique position as one of the women's movement's most influential figures, from the early days of consciousness-raising to the "post-feminist" present. "Heartbreak" reveals for the first time the personal side of Dworkin's lifelong journey as an activist and a writer.

Heartbreak 2007, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

ISBN-13: 9780826494429

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Heartbreak 2002, Basic Books, New York

ISBN-13: 9780465017546

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