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5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth a look
This is a great read for anyone who enjoys both history, and good comedy. It is very informative, giving a short biography of 50 of the most influencial women in history, while at the same time casting a satirical view of women's role in the world. Women in particular should like this, because she has a rather cynical view of men. This book is in sort single chapters, and...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Jo Who?
To call this "comedienne" a female Bernard Manning is an insult to Bernard Manning. She is sexist, ageist, and every other boring old cliche that you can frantically endeavour to make jokes about in a career that is failing but should have been non-existent.
Published on 16 Sept. 2007 by mykonos


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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth a look, 16 Aug. 2003
This is a great read for anyone who enjoys both history, and good comedy. It is very informative, giving a short biography of 50 of the most influencial women in history, while at the same time casting a satirical view of women's role in the world. Women in particular should like this, because she has a rather cynical view of men. This book is in sort single chapters, and can be picked up and dipped into whenever the need arises.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Jo Who?, 16 Sept. 2007
This review is from: A Load of Old Ball Crunchers: Women in History (Paperback)
To call this "comedienne" a female Bernard Manning is an insult to Bernard Manning. She is sexist, ageist, and every other boring old cliche that you can frantically endeavour to make jokes about in a career that is failing but should have been non-existent.
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