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on 5 February 2005
Insightful and thorough, Hazelgrove makes no argument for survival of the human spirit or otherwise. What she does do, rather brilliantly, is expose the myriad and paradoxical ways in which common prejudices and stereotypes of women were used to undermine the credibility of their unconventional spirituality. This book is an excellent; academic and yet accessible, treatment of a little studied area of history: A 'must read' for anyone with an interest in either women's studies or religion and society.
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