9 quotes from Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant: ‘I`m tired, very weary, and I cry for my sisters. Tears get the nothing, of course. Since she died last year, a victim of her enormous size, I have come to think that Andrea Dworkin was more important than I thought at the time. Linda Grant, The. A controversial author (Scapegoat, , etc.) offers her bitter and sad reflections on life as a feminist. Dworkin lashes right out in her preface: “I.

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Return to Book Page. Preview — Heartbreak by Andrea Dworkin. Heartbreak Quotes Showing of 9. Tears get the nothing, of course. Each woman needs to take what she endures heatrbreak turn it into action. With every tear, accompanying it, one needs a knife to rip a predator apart; with every wave of fatiguem one needs geartbreak platoon of strong, tough women coming up over the horizon to take more land, to make it safe for women.


The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant. I was an exile early on, but exile welcomed me; it was were I belonged. I have a heart heartreak hurt.

I believed that cruelty was most often caused by ignorance. I thought that if everybody knew, everything would be different. I was a silly child who believed in the revolution.

I walk with women whispering in my ears.

In war, in famine, in fire, it had to be matte, and no one got a lipstick without the requisite face powder. Even as a reader my nose shined. You had to concentrate on either one or the other. In a New York dworin, the oil from Saudi Arabia could infiltrate your house and end up on your nose.

Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant

I promised to honour-bound to the well-being of women, to do anything necessary for that well-being. I headtbreak to live and to die if need be for women. I made that vow some thirty years ago, and I have not betrayed it yet.


If prostituted women worked together to end male supremacy, it would end. Surviving degradation is an ongoing process that gives you rights, honor and knowledge, because you earn them. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.