The Female Eunuch

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On the Road to Bridget Jones: five books that define each generation
Blake Morrison on boomers, Chris Power on Gen X, Megan Nolan on millennials and Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé on Gen Z … which books shaped your generation?

Blake Morrison, Chris Power, Megan Nolan Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé and Steven Poole

19, Jun, 2021 @7:00 AM

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The Town Hall Affair review – the day Germaine Greer took down Norman Mailer
The 1971 debate on feminism is deconstructed in an almost pitch-perfect Wooster Group production

Claire Armitstead

22, Jun, 2018 @1:24 PM

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The 100 best nonfiction books: No 13 – The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer (1970)
The Australian feminist’s famous polemic, if a little outdated, remains a masterpiece of passionate free expression

Robert McCrum

25, Apr, 2016 @4:45 AM

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What Germaine Greer and The Female Eunuch mean to me

As the Australian academic and journalist turns 75, six influential feminists explain what influence Greer and her groundbreaking work have had on them

26, Jan, 2014 @12:05 AM

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The Female Eunuch, 40 years on

Funny, angry, clever and hopeful – The Female Eunuch, published 40 years ago, set out to transform women's lives. Does Germaine Greer's seminal tract still speak to feminists? Yes, writes Rachel Cusk

Rachel Cusk

20, Nov, 2010 @12:06 AM

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The Female Eunuch 40 years on

Laurie Penny: Germaine Greer's ferocious polemic remains an inspiration, but should not be read as holy writ

Laurie Penny

27, Oct, 2010 @9:04 AM

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The funny side of feminism | Rachel Cooke

Rachel Cooke: Forty years on from The Female Eunuch, the pioneering sisterhood is still witty and wise

Rachel Cooke

07, Mar, 2010 @12:05 AM

A quick reminder ... The Female Eunuch

The Female Eunuch has a hefty reputation; in the flesh, it is surprisingly slight.

Emily Wilson

27, Sep, 2005 @9:59 AM

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From female eunuch to colander girl

Germaine Greer's decision to quit Big Brother house is perhaps less of a surprise than her decision to embrace the lowbrow in the first place - or is it? Despite her achievements she has never seemed entirely comfortable with academia, says John Sutherland.

John Sutherland

11, Jan, 2005 @3:23 PM

Paperback of the week: The Whole Woman

The Whole Woman

by Germaine Greer
Anchor, £7.99, pp452
Buy it from BOL

Kate Kellaway

12, Mar, 2000 @2:31 AM

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