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The Female Eunuch

The landmark book in the history of the womens rights movement

By Germaine Greer
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The Female Eunuch: The landmark book in the history of the womens rights movement by Germaine Greer

The Female Eunuch (1970) is an explosive feminist classic that confronts the societal expectations holding women back. These blinks argue that it’s womankind’s responsibility to create new definitions of femininity and take ownership of their bodies, sex and lives.

  • Sociology students looking for an introduction to second-wave feminism
  • Budding feminists seeking an empowering read
  • Men who’d like to learn about the forces shaping patriarchal society

Germaine Greer is an Australian writer and academic. She has held teaching positions at the University of Warwick and Newnham College in Cambridge. Greer is also the author of The Whole Woman and Shakespeare’s Wife, among other titles.

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