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Woman and nature; the roaring inside her

By: Griffin, Susan
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Harper colophon books)New York Harper and Row c1978Description: xvii, 263p.; bibliog. notes; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-06-090744-4Subject(s): Feminine Principle | Nature | Earth (Planet) | Women | Patriarchy
Contents:
Prologue. Book 1 - Matter: How man regards and makes use of woman and nature. Book 2 - Separation: The separations in his vision and under his rule (wherein our voice rises). Book 3 - Passage: Her journey through the labyrinth to the cave where she has her vision. Book 4 - Her vision: Now she sees through her own eyes (wherein the world is no longer his). The separate rejoined
Abstract: The author states that this is ''...my parody of the patriarchal voice and my telling of the history of patriarchal thought regarding woman and nature''.'
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Prologue. Book 1 - Matter: How man regards and makes use of woman and nature. Book 2 - Separation: The separations in his vision and under his rule (wherein our voice rises). Book 3 - Passage: Her journey through the labyrinth to the cave where she has her vision. Book 4 - Her vision: Now she sees through her own eyes (wherein the world is no longer his). The separate rejoined

The author states that this is ''...my parody of the patriarchal voice and my telling of the history of patriarchal thought regarding woman and nature''.'

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