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  • I want to press it on every schoolgirl who thinks that feminism is uncool, any woman who thinks the most important gender battles are won, pretty much every man I know, and say, have you thought about this?

    Sophie McBain, New Statesman
  • With perspicacity and clear, jargon-free language, Manne keeps elevating the discussion to show how male privilege is an entire moral framework... The rage and sadness of the book is lifted by the final chapter in which she addresses her unborn daughter, wishing for her all the things she should feel entitled to... For Manne's daughter and many others, this book will make that fight a little bit easier

  • Entitled presents a paradigm that maps neatly onto life in lockdown. . . Once again, Manne's work is speaking to a moment that she could not have foreseen. . . Her concept of entitlement is versatile and useful; like the theory of gravity, it has equal power in explaining phenomena both big and small

    New Yorker
  • Kate Manne is the Simone de Beauvoir of the 21st century

    Amanda Marcotte
  • Entitled is not just timely, but timeless -- sure to be part of the feminist canon

    Jessica Valenti
  • Incisive, perceptive and profound. . . an absolute must-read

    Soraya Chemaly
  • Entitled is not just timely, but timeless-sure to be part of the feminist canon.

    Jessica Valenti, author of SEX OBJECT: A MEMOIR
  • Kate Manne continues to be a thrilling and provocative feminist thinker, who helps readers make sense of how power and privilege is distributed along gendered lines. Her work is indispensable.

    Rebecca Traister, author of GOOD & MAD
  • Entitled is a clarion call to undo the intimate ravages of patriarchy. With probing clarity, Manne analyzes both the explicit and implicit ways that advantage and preference are granted to elite men, to the detriment of our families, communities and democracy, and makes it strikingly clear that we all have a direct role in pursuing a feminist future.

    Imani Perry, author of LOOKING FOR LORRAINE and BREATHE
  • Kate Manne is among the greatest political philosophers of her generation. Her work is clear, compelling and intellectually devastating, and it matters to everyone who cares about thinking a way through to a better future.

    Laurie Penny, author of UNSPEAKABLE THINGS

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