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- Publisher: e-artnow ebooks (1 May 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ELCXTRO
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Three Guineas (a book-length essay) Kindle Edition
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Under patriarchy the average man is only a tiny little bit more important than a woman, but still the man is merely cannon-fodder.
For any woman or man who wishes to understands patriarchial psycho-ology, who wishes to broaden her/his understanding of the Abrahamic/patriarchal system, that being Abrahamic-Judaic/Christian/Islamic/and political + scientific patriarchy, the Root-Cause of all man-made war and all man-made misery, will benefit greatly from reading Three Guineas.
To fully understand Virginia's work, to see who she really was, that she was a shamamic/druidic priestess, one has to read:
The First Sex; When God Was A Woman; Beyond God the Father; Gyn/Ecology; The Great Cosmic Mother.
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This work's mportance is immense; it is a 1938 update of and response to Mary Wollstonecraft's A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN (1792).. If you find the reading difficult at first, read it aloud to yourself until you get a sense of Woolf's style and voice. This is a sequel to A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN, much more potent than that canonized work.
DO we have institutions built into our society that promote competition and exclusion?
Is feminism still necessary?
Read the book. Woolf was on to something.