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The Whole Woman by Germaine Greer

The Whole Woman by Germaine Greer

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The Whole Woman

by Germaine Greer

Doubleday, Transworld Publishers, 1998, ISBN 038560016X, C-Format trade paperback

Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, minor rubbing to edges and corners, no inscriptions, uncreased spine (see photographs)

“Thirty years since the publication of The Female Eunuch, Germaine Greer returns to the subject of feminism – with the book she always vowed she would never write, because she thinks the time has come to get angry again.  In spite of a widespread feeling of complacency that suggests that the woman question is answered, that the battle is won, what started out in the Sixties as a movement for liberation has been side-tracked.  What women have been duped into settling for is a spurious version of equality.
The Whole Woman offers thirty-five self-contained ‘chapterkins’ of fiery rhetoric, authoritative insight, outrageous humour and broad ranging debate including Breasts and Girlpower, Mutilation, Sex and Sorrow.  Together, they add up to a devastatingly powerful argument, in which Greer shows that, although women have indeed come a very long way int eh last thirty years, the notion of ‘having it all’ has disguised the persistent discrimination and exploitation that continues to exist for women throughout the world in the basic areas of health, sex, work, politics, marketing and economics”


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