Daddy, We Hardly Knew You

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Fawcett Columbine, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 311 pages
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Germaine Greer's The Female Eunuch was a central book in the early feminist movement and established its author as a brilliant--and wildly controversial--figure. Her latest book is her most personal, an acclaimed account of her search to know her father--and, by extension, herself. What she learned changed her views on her mother, men, truth and loyalty, family and love.

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Review: Daddy, We Hardly Knew You

User Review  - A Holm - Goodreads

An interesting story of Germaine Greer figured out what her father did during the war. Read full review

Review: Daddy, We Hardly Knew You

User Review  - Roy White - Goodreads

A potentially interesting mystery, in which Greer tries to unravel her father's concealments and deceptions, is obscured by her bizarre crotchets and obsessions. Here is my blog on the book: http://lippenheimer.wordpress.com/201... Read full review

Contents

The Quest
1
Tuscany December 1986
15
Melbourne December 1986
26
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Germaine Greer is a writer, academic, and critic, and is widely regarded as one of the most significant feminist voices of our time. Her bestselling books include The Female Eunuch and The Whole Woman. She lives in northwest Essex, England, and has taught Shakespeare at universities in Australia, Britain, and the United States.

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