Synopses & Reviews
Women Warriors takes the reader back through history and around the world to uncover a clear pattern of women as warriors. It is a fascinating comment on the nature of gender, on the power of the warrior image, and on the images source in history.
From the Amazons to the Sandinistas, a thrilling tour through history in this first comprehensive account of the female martial heritage. Exciting stories of women soldiers, pirates, outlaws, terrorists, cavalry leaders, and more.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-265) and index.