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OUTRAGEOUS ACTS AND EVERYDAY REBELLIONS by  Gloria Steinem - Paperback - Signed - 1984 - from johnson rare books & archives and


by Steinem, Gloria

Condition: Near fine

New York: New American Library, 1984. Trade paperback. Near fine. First paperback edition. A collection of the noted feminist's best writings, from her now classic account of becoming a Playboy Bunny to her shocking piece on Linda Lovelace and the dangers of pornography. Signed by Gloria Steinem on the title page. From the library of Hugh Hefner, with a Hefner bookplate and a letter of provenance from the Hugh M. Hefner Foundation. A one-page typed letter from Gloria Steinem dated July 7, 1962, wherein she discusses missing Hugh Hefner on his recent visit to New York and offering to set up a future meeting, sold at auction on November 30,2018 for $22,400. Octavo. Original paper wrappers. Typical minor toning to the contents, with just a hint of edgewear to the wrappers. Near fine.


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