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Greer

 (grîr), Germaine Born 1939.
Australian feminist best known for her book The Female Eunuch (1970), a study of female conditioning and sexual stereotypes.
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Greer

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n
(Biography) Germaine. born 1939, Australian writer, academic, and feminist. Her books include The Female Eunuch (1970), Sex and Destiny (1984), and The Whole Woman (1998)
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Greer, Germaine. "The Book of the Century." W: The Waterstone's Magazine (Winter/Spring 1997): 6.
Greer, Germaine 2004 Whitefella jump up: the shortest Way to Nationhood, Profile Books, London, 232 pp, ISBN 1861977395.