The women's history of the world
Constantly in print in 17 countries since 1988, except for the United States, this brilliant and absorbing pop-feminist classic celebrates the unsung work and lives of the historically forgotten gender. With a new introduction, vividly accessible writing, and piquantly funny prose, Who Cooked the Last Supper? informs without being didactic and conveys the weight of injustice without a hint of hostility or political agenda.
Rosalind Miles has overturned centuries of preconceptions to restore women to their rightful place at the center of the worldwide story of revolution, civilization, war, and peace.
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I became aware of this book via a column by Sandi Toksvig in The Daily Telegraph. I really feel it's a book which ought to be read by all women, everywhere. Read full review
The women's history of the worldUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
It seems late to dedicate a book to "the women of the world who have no history.'' For 20 years, a constantly increasing surge of scholarship has discovered, recorded, and interpreted the history of ... Read full review
IN THE BEGINNING
THE FALL OF WOMAN
DOMINION AND DOMINATION
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