The Eros of Everyday Life: Essays on Ecology, Gender and Society

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 1995 - Social Science - 246 pages
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Griffin examines the nature of women and women's roles in Western culture, and shows how the ways that we subordinate the role of women in society are deliberately similar to the ways that we attempt to exclude and subordinate nature. Featuring the brilliant original title essay that is nothing less than an intellectual and emotional exploration of the nature of Western society itself, as well as Susan Griffin's best previously published essays over the past decade, The Eros of Everyday Life combines the beautiful lyricism and sensibility of a poet with the intellectual rigor of one of the finest and most original minds writing today.

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Readers and fans have come to expect much from Griffin. Her last book, A Chorus of Stones (LJ 9/15/92), was a finalist for a Pulitzer and a National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism. Griffin ... Read full review

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Susan Griffin is one of my all time favorite writers. She explores the human condition with a poetic fortitude. She boldly and courageously confronts human and organizational systems with critical thought and deep compassion. She is the kind of writer I wish to emulate. Read full review

Contents

Where No One Dwells
177
Walking Through Amsterdam
213
In the Path of the Ideal
220
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About the author (1995)

Canadian-born Susan Griffith remained in England after studying at Oxford. She is the author of many of Vacation Work's leading books including "Work Your Way Around the World" and "Teaching English Abroad." Currently she lives in Cambridge with her family.

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