All my own books are available online, some for a penny. Just go to Amazon and type in "Trevor Pateman". Go on, don't be shy. And if you prefer, go to Waterstones and do the same. There are no Kindle editions, only hardback and paperback. The most recent book, Prose Improvements, includes a short contribution from John le Carre.
about to embark on a project that involves revisiting the classic texts of
second-wave feminism, and I’m planning to begin with a book I haven’t read
since I was 20: Shulamith Firestone’sThe
Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution, an ambitious
attempt at what its author called “a materialist view of history based on sex
itself”. My new book isThe
Best I Can Do(degree zero), a collection of short essays in which
the philosopher-turned-stamp-dealer Trevor Pateman reflects on everything from
bus passes to the semiotics of lipstick – and whether scholarship should be a
hobby rather than a salaried occupation.