Dworkin's work has been grossly misrepresented in the public imagination (what feminist hasn't?), as many folks have pointed out; even so, agree or disagree, her work was very important, and it's important to note her passing.
I haven't studied Dworkin enough to really have a strong opinion on her one way or the other, but what work of hers I've read has made me think long and hard about my own sexuality.
And just when is this parade of death going to let up a little? Chiza.