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The Most Comprehensive Nonfiction Feminist Books

  1. "Feminism is for Everybody: Passionate Politics" by bell hooks - Originally published in 2000, this book is a comprehensive introduction to feminist theory and politics. The author bell hooks, a renowned feminist thinker, writes in an accessible and engaging manner and covers a wide range of topics, including intersectionality, reproductive rights, and the role of men in feminism.

  2. "The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader" edited by Amelia Jones - Originally published in 2003, this anthology includes a wide range of essays and writings on feminist visual culture, covering art, film, photography, and more. The book provides a comprehensive and interdisciplinary examination of the ways in which visual culture has been shaped by and has helped shape feminist politics and discourse.

  3. "Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity" by Judith Butler - Originally published in 1990, this book is considered a classic work of feminist and queer theory. The author, Judith Butler, examines the ways in which gender is performative and the implications this has on the understanding of sex and gender. The book provides a comprehensive examination of the ways in which gender and sexuality are constructed and how they impact individuals and society as a whole.

  4. "The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love" by bell hooks - Originally published in 2004, this book is a comprehensive examination of men's roles in patriarchal society and the ways in which men can actively work to dismantle patriarchal power structures. hooks provides a nuanced and intersectional examination of masculinity and the ways in which it can be transformed and reimagined.

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