The Unpossessed

The Unpossessed

Book - 1984
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   The first depiction of radical chic in fiction, The Unpossessed (1934) follows a group of Greenwich Village intellectuals engaged in founding a magazine. In relating the stories of three couples, the novel raises questions that still torment women and men today: Is marriage a viable institution? Should one bear children in hard times? Does sexuality destroy the possibility of significant political action? And what is the political responsibility of intellectuals?

Publisher: Old Westbury, N.Y. : Feminist Press, 1984
Edition: First Feminist Press edition
ISBN: 9780935312218
Branch Call Number: FICTION SLESI
Characteristics: xvi, 386 pages ; 21 cm
Notes: Originally published: New York ; Simon and Schuster, 1934


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