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The Female Eunuch

by- Germaine Greer

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The Female Eunuch (1970) is a fiery feminist classic that addresses the cultural ideals that limit women's potential. These slates claim that it is the role of women to construct new definitions of femininity and to take control of their bodies, sex, and lives.

Germaine Greer is an Australian writer and public intellectual who was a key figure in the radical feminist movement in the second part of the twentieth century. She has taught English and women's literature at the Universities of Warwick and Newnham College, Cambridge, as well as the University of Tulsa in the United States. Greer has lived in the United Kingdom since 1964 and has split her time between Queensland, Australia, and her house in Essex, England since the 1990s.

• Students of sociology interested in learning about second-wave feminism
• Aspiring feminists looking for an uplifting read
• Men who want to learn more about the dynamics that shape patriarchal culture