Germaine Greer is an Australian writer, regarded as one of the major voices of the feminist movement in the second half of the 20th century. She gained international attention with the publication of her book 'The Female Eunuch' in 1970, which became a bestseller and an important text in feminist literature. Greer's work is known for its direct and provocative style, and she has written on various subjects including gender, sexuality, and the environment. She is also a respected academic and journalist.
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This book is a seminal feminist text that explores the oppression of women in society. It critiques the traditional roles and expectations of women in the mid-20th century, arguing that societal norms and conventions force women into a secondary, submissive role, effectively castrating them. The book encourages women to reject these norms and to embrace their own sexual liberation, arguing for the need for a revolution in the way women perceive themselves and their place in society.