The Madwoman's Underclothes: Essays and Occasional Writings
Germaine Greer on marijuana, the women's movement, women's sexuality, erotica, Jimi Hendrix, pornography, Norman Mailer, sexual ethics, birth control, abortion, rape, the 1972 Democratic convention, Brazil, Cuba, Ethiopia.
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If you have ever wondered why people make much of Germaine Greer (I often did) this book shows her writing at its best. I think that essays suit Greer better than books. The discipline of a short ... Read full review
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Greer is known for The Female Eunuch (1969), one of the germinal works of second-wave feminism, and The Obstacle Race (1979), a pioneering study of women artists. This collection of reviews, columns ... Read full review