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The Whole Woman
by Germaine Greer | Nonfiction
Registered by wingyogiewing of Stockholm, Stockholm Sweden on 2/8/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by wingyogiewing from Stockholm, Stockholm Sweden on Tuesday, February 08, 2011

7 out of 10

From my blog post on the book. It is an extensive book review of this book:

It is a book of 425 pages dealing with everything female and women. There is a lot that I disagree with that I haven't brought up, a lot of arguments that I still need time to digest before I can make up my mind on them, and a lot of arguments that I will remember, use and be grateful to Greer that she reminded me of or pointed out to me. It is definitely a book that requires an open mind; there is no point in reading it if you already have your opinions set in stone. If you are, however, curious about feminism, this particular feminist, or are someone already immersed in the gender debate who wants to explore and find out more, I would recommend you read this book! It should be noted, though, that this book is kind of a sequel to the Female Eunuch, Greer's debut book written in the '70s. I have not read this, so I can say that you do not need to read it before you read the Whole Woman, but if you want a bit of background on Greer, I am sure it is interesting reading. 

Journal Entry 2 by wingyogiewing at Glasgow, Scotland United Kingdom on Tuesday, February 08, 2011

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