The Hite report on Shere Hite: voice of a daughter in exile

by Shere Hite

Paperback, 2004


Shere Hite's groundbreaking Hite Reports have had a profound and lasting influence. Hite writes here for the first time about growing up in rural Missouri, the early feminist movement, her private life and sexual identity. She left America to live in Europe because of a fundamentalist political backlash, renouncing her US citizenship in 1996 to become German. The four Hite Reports, showing an increasing depth to her controversial theories, received numerous academic and professional awards and honours. The initial Hite Report was named as one of the 100 key books of the twentieth century


Arcadia Books (2004), 336 pages


Physical description

336 p.; 8.25 inches
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