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Woman the Hunter
Mary Zeiss Stange. By taking up weapons for the explicit purpose of killing, women are shattering one of Western culture’s oldest & most entrenched taboos. The image of a woman “armed & dangerous” is profoundly threatening to our collective psyche -- & it is rejected by macho males & radical feminists alike. This book juxtaposes unsettlingly accounts of the author’s own experiences hunting deer, antelope, & elk with an argument that builds on the work of thinkers from Aldo Leopole to Clarissa Estes. Explores how women & men relate to nature & violence, & demonstrates how false assumptions about women & about hunting permeate contemporary thinking.
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