A Chorus of Stones: The Private Life of War
An acclaimed writer explores the interplay between the public tragedy of war and the daily struggles of our private lives--the conflicts between truth and falsehood, secrecy and revelation, testimony and denial. A brilliant philosophical inquiry into the nature of modern warfare. A National Book Critics Circle nominee.
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In A Chorus of Stones , Griffin departs from her usual radical feminist analysis of issues as presented in Woman and Nature: The Roaring Inside Her ( LJ 2/1/79) and Pornography and Silence ( LJ 5/15 ... Read full review
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