Native Tongue III: Earthsong

TitleNative Tongue III: Earthsong
Year for Search1994
AuthorsElgin, [Patricia Anne] Suzette [Wilkins](1936-2015)
Tertiary AuthorsElgin, Suzette Haden
Date Published1994
PublisherDAW Books
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

The third volume of a trilogy following 1984 and 1987 Elgin. In this volume the women’s revolution begins with a minority of the men supporting them, but most men are still violently resisting at the end of the novel. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as Native Tongue 3: Earthsong. New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2002 with “Afterword The Meandering Feminist Revolution of Earthsong” by Susan M. Squiers and Julie Vedder on 257-68.

Info Notes

See also her A First Dictionary and Grammar of Láadan. Madison, WI: Society for the Furtherance and Study of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1985. Rev. as A First Dictionary and Grammar of Láadan. 2nd ed. Ed. Diane Martin. Madison, WI: Society for the Furtherance and Study of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1988

Author Note

The female author (1936-2015) held a doctorate in linguistics from the University of California, San Diego and wrote extensively on the subject.

Full Text

1994 Elgin, [Patricia Anne] Suzette [Wilkins] (1936-2015). Native Tongue III: Earthsong. By Suzette Haden Elgin. New York: DAW Books. Rpt. as Native Tongue 3: Earthsong. New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2002 with “Afterword The Meandering Feminist Revolution of Earthsong” by Susan M. Squiers and Julie Vedder on 257-68. PSt

The third volume of a trilogy following 1984 and 1987 Elgin. In this volume the women’s revolution begins with a minority of the men supporting them, but most men are still violently resisting at the end of the novel. The female author held a doctorate in linguistics from the University of California, San Diego and wrote extensively on the subject.