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This review is from: The Boy (Paperback)
Nice concept but Greer's taste in men is far beyond the realms of an any easthetic norm, and is far too idiosyncratic to qualify as historical documentary. And despite being idiosyncratic there IS NO historical point of view and no reference to the precepts or historical reporting which would qualify her argument. Poor execution.
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Initial post: 26 Sep 2012 14:57:19 BDT
An aesthetic appreciation would seem at least human, sculptures and paintings of both men and women are a part of art and culture. But Greer is not a normal person, whom I find a bit disturbed, I don't think she is a stable person
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