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    Germaine : the life of Germaine Greer / Elizabeth Kleinhenz.
    by Kleinhenz, Elizabeth, author.
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    London : Scribe Publications, 2018.
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    9781947534780 (hardcover) :
    1947534785 (hardcover)
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    423 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 25 cm
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    Intellectual. Feminist. Polemicist. Provocateur. This riveting biography of Germaine Greer traces the personal and political history of one of the most important, radical, and controversial women of twentieth and twenty-first century feminism. It reveals how her public persona has shifted with time from sixties trailblazer to present-day rabble-rouser, and why she endures as a subject of fascination. This is the first biography of Greer for two decades, drawing on unprecedented access to her extensive personal archive, opened at Melbourne University in 2016. Kleinhenz has interrogated Greer's personal and professional files, spoken to people who have known her from her school days onwards, and read every word written by and about her. Beginning with Greer's troubled early life in 1940s Melbourne, it traces her career, relationships with men and women, her travels, and her home life, and examines Greer's work and ideas from The Female Eunuch to the #MeToo movement. The result is a rich, detailed portrait of a woman rightly both legendary and notorious - revealed here in all her glories, weaknesses, and contradictions.
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    Hawaii State LibrarySocial Science & Philosophy305.42092 Greer KlChecked InAdd Copy to MyList
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