The Strike of a Sex. A Novel

TitleThe Strike of a Sex. A Novel
Year for Search1890
Authors[Miller], [George Noyes](1845-1904)
Tertiary Authors?, [pseud.]
Date Published[1890]
PublisherG.W. Dillingham
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Women go on strike for “ownership over our person”, specifically control of maternity. See also 1891 Miller. A novel set after the successful strike is 1892 Waisbrooker. 

Additional Publishers

Later editions were published under the author’s name with (Member of the Oneida Community) after the name. U. K. ed. London: W. H. Reynolds, 1891. Rpt. London: William Reeves, [1895]. Bellamy Library No. 12. Included in The Strike of a Sex and Zugassent’s Discovery, or After the Sex Struck (With Author’s Preface). New and revised ed. Chicago, IL: Stockham Pub. Co., 1905The Strike is pp. 1-91Zugassent’s Discovery or After the Sex Struck (93-119) is the first part of After. Rpt. New York: Arno Press, 1974. Stockham was Dr. Alice Bunker Stockham, a sex reformer. 

Pseudonym

? [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

MoU-St, PSt, W3,3735

Author Note

Later editions were published under the author’s name with (Member of the Oneida Community) after the name (1845-1904) .

Full Text

[1890] [Miller, George Noyes] (1845-1904). The Strike of a Sex. A Novel. By ? [pseud.]. New York: G. W. Dillingham. Later editions were published under the author’s name with (Member of the Oneida Community) after the name. U. K. ed. London: W. H. Reynolds, 1891. Rpt. London: William Reeves, [1895]. Bellamy Library No. 12. Included in The Strike of a Sex and Zugassent’s Discovery, or After the Sex Struck (With Author’s Preface). New and revised ed. Chicago, IL: Stockham Pub. Co., 1905. The Strike is pp. 1-91. Zugassent’s Discovery or After the Sex Struck (93-119) is the first part of After. Rpt. New York: Arno Press, 1974. Stockham was Dr. Alice Bunker Stockham, a sex reformer. MoU-St, PSt, W3,3735

Women go on strike for “ownership over our person”, specifically control of maternity. See also 1891 Miller. A novel set after the successful strike is 1892 Waisbrooker.