Continuum Publishing: 1990
In a nutshell:
Addresses the connection between animals and women, specifically focusing on the connection between meat and women-- both commodities consumed by men. Adams argues that meat-eating is embodies sexism and patriarchy. She outlines a feminist history of vegetarianism, relating vegetarinaism to the feminist movement.
This book is written in the style of feminist scholarship, but is not so dense that it alienates a general audience. The historical delineation of the connections between women, animals, and meat-eating is extremely interesting.
The Pornography of Meat
Contiumm Publishing: 2004
A much less academic look at the connection between women, animals, and meat. This time, Adams focuses on the sexualization of both animals and women, how this objectifies both animals and women by turning them into "somethings" rather than "someones."
This is a really easy read, with a lot of interesting graphic, illustrating Adams' arguments.