"One of the really significant books to have come out of the women's movement." -- Mary Daly
"Rape of the Wild is a bold work that stress es] the absolute necessity of kinship with nature and all forms of life." -- Animal's Agenda
"This book is constructively "radical" in that it channels the energy of anger into a probing examination of the roots of patrist violence." -- Changing Man
..". a welcome addition to ecofeminist literature... " -- Feminist for Animal Rights
"Rape of the Wild is a very moving, passionately written expose of men's subjugation and exploitation of the natural environment and of women." -- Forest History Society
This visionary and inspiring book is a cogent analysis of man's use and misuse of his environment and an impassioned plea for a feminist ecological revolution.
FOREWORD BY MARY DALY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INTRODUCTION 1. Rape of the Wild 2. Shots in the dark 3. Animal experimentation 4. Life with father 5. Facing the future EPILOGUE: ANDREE M. COLLARD 1926-1986: A BIOPHILIC JOURNEY BY JOYCE CONTRUCCI INDEX