The Female Eunuch

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Harper Collins, 6 oct. 2009 - 432 pages

The publication of Germaine Greer's The Female Eunuch in 1970 was a landmark event, raising eyebrows and ire while creating a shock wave of recognition in women around the world with its steadfast assertion that sexual liberation is the key to women's liberation. Today, Greer's searing examination of the oppression of women in contemporary society is both an important historical record of where we've been and a shockingly relevant treatise on what still remains to be achieved.

 

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In the 1970s this was a landmark book supporting feminist ideals. While the statistical data might be a little out of date, the rest of the narrative is sharp, funny, and in some cases, spot on. Even ... Consulter l'avis complet

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This is one of those books of feminist thinking that inspired me when I was young. I once saw Greer speak and she was magnificent. I think it is time for a revival. Consulter l'avis complet

Table des matières

Egotism
Obsession
Romance
The Object of Male Fantasy
The MiddleClass Myth of Love and Marriage
Family
Security
Hate

The Wicked Womb
Soul
The Stereotype
Energy
Baby
Girl
Puberty
The Psychological Sell
The Raw Material
Womanpower
Work
Love
The Ideal
Altruism
Loathing and Disgust
Abuse
Misery
Resentment
Rebellion
Revolution
Revolution
Notes
Acknowledgements
Also by Germaine Greer
Credits
Copyright
About the Publisher
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Germaine Greer is a writer, academic, and critic, and is widely regarded as one of the most significant feminist voices of our time. Her bestselling books include The Female Eunuch and The Whole Woman. She lives in northwest Essex, England, and has taught Shakespeare at universities in Australia, Britain, and the United States.

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