Herland, Charlotte Perkins Gilman
A Utopian society with only women? This sound like such an interesting read, and I trust Gilman with a plot and concept like this.
This one sounds heart-wrenching but so beautiful and worth while. I have heard great things about the relationships between women in this novel, and that really interests me.
Another one that sounds heart-wrenching but absolutely necessary to read. The cover of this book is beautiful, and I think the story will be too.
I'm so interested in reading this piece from 1792! Plus Wollstonecraft is the mother of Mary Shelley. This nonfiction early feminist essay is a staple of women's literature.
I loved The Handmaid's Tale by Atwood (in fact it made my list on Monday) and I really need to read more works from her. This one sounds really bizarre and scary like The Handmaid's Tale, so of course I'm excited to read it. Atwood is so great at poignancy.
Another feminist classic, this one published in 1963, this one is often attributed to sparking the second large wave of feminism in the U.S. I believe this one is nonfiction, and highly researched based? I don't know a lot about it, but I really want to find out more.
So, what do you ladies think? Anything else I need to add to this TBR?