Beauvoir’s short feminist texts from the 1950s and 1960s follow up on the main themes of her study The Second Sex, which was published in 1949. In this voluminous work, Beauvoir had already outlined all the major issues of the second feminist wave of the late sixties and early seventies, namely the issues of economic autonomy for women, women’s control over their own bodies, and the liberation of female sexuality. Two decades after its publication, ...
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