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the roaring inside her Susan Griffin. [CHARLES DARWIN, 1809-1882] If Darwin's
ill health was not, as some seem to think, a pretext to isolate himself with his work
, neither was it, as Darwin had right to fear, an insuperable obstacle to his work.
23 "traces of vanished": see DC, p. 196. "undermine": Charles Darwin, as cited in
DC, p. 172. teeth appear: see Charles Darwin, Foundations of the Origin of the
Species, ed. Frances Darwin, as cited in DC, p. 196. "it is derogatory": ibid., DC, p
"animals OUT fellow": see Charles Darwin, Life and Letters, as cited in DC, p. 352
. (These are the words of Darwin as a young man.) The redder blood: see J. D.
Bernal, Science and Industry in the Nineteenth Century, p. 59, referring to Julius ...
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I realize this is considered a classic in feminist literature, but it is not anything like what I was expecting and I found Griffin's stream of consciousness style to be very distracting. This is not ... Read full review
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Written in 1979 when the feminist movement was in full throttle, this became a popular work in women's studies curricula. The feminist movement has since changed course, but Griffin is still beating ... Read full review
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