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The Whole Woman by Germaine Greer (Paperback, 1999)

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The Whole Woman by Germaine Greer

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.

Germaine Greer proclaims that the time has come to get angry again! Modern feminism has become the victim of unenlightened complacency, and what started out in the Sixties as a movement for liberation has become one that has sought and settled for equality.

With fiery rhetoric, authoritative insight, outrageous humour and broad-ranging debate, Greer shows that, although women have indeed come a very long way in the last thirty years, the notion of our 'having it all' has disguised the persistent discrimination and exploitation that continues to exist for women in the basic areas of health, sex, politics, economics and marketing.

Erudite, eccentric, provocative and invigorating, Germaine Greer once again sets the agenda for the future of feminism. Here is all the polemical power that sold over a million copies of The Female Eunuch and kept its author at the heart of controversy ever since.

The Whole Woman was a No. 1 Sunday Times bestseller for five weeks and was hailed by the critics as a 'polemical bomb' (Guardian) and as required reading for thinking adults everywhere.

 

 Paperback | 299 pages

 156 x 234mm | 330g

 Transworld Publishers Ltd

 Doubleday

 London, United Kingdom

 038560016X

 9780385600163

 

Condition: Good

A vintage book that has been read but is in good condition. Some minor, but obvious, damage to the cover, including scuff marks, creasing and scratches, but no holes or tears. All pages are undamaged with minimal creasing but no tearing. No pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. No missing pages. An old and aged, but still solid and clean copy.