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Simone de Beauvoir and the feminist revolution
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References

Beauvoir, Simone de. (1943) L’Invitée, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as She Came to Stay.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1947) Pour une morale de l’ambigüité, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as The Ethics of Ambiguity.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1949) Le Deuxième sexe, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as The Second Sex (2010), C. Borde and S. Malovany-Chevallier (trans.), London: Vintage Books.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1954) Les Mandarins, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as The Mandarins.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1958) Mémoires d’une jeune fille rangée, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1960) La Force de l’âge, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as The Prime of Life.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1963) La Force des choses, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as Force of Circumstance.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1972) Tout compte fait, Paris: Gallimard. Translated as All Said and Done.
Beauvoir, Simone de. (1976) ‘The second sex 25 years later, interview by John Gerassi’, Society, 13 (2), pp. 79–85. Available at: https://www.marxists.org/ reference/ subject/ ethics/ de-beauvoir/ 1976/ interview.htm [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed: 20 November 2020).
Gutting, G. (2001) French Philosophy in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press