Speaking of legacies, few can match that of Emma Goldman. Born in Russia, joining the mass, late-19th century emigration to the United States as a teen, and then deported back to Russia just as the Bolshevik revolution was tranforming it into the Soviet Union, the life of Emma Goldman is storied indeed -- a perfect choice for a graphic biography. And who better to accomplish this task than Sharon Rudahl. One of the founders of the feminist wing of underground comics, Rudahl has been producing progressive, politically aware comics for well over thirty years, and without any doubt, A Dangerous Woman is her most significant work yet. An engaging tale of an inspiring woman, this graphic biography will leave its readers with a sense of awe at this amazing life lived to the limit and far ahead of its time.