On Rage

Germaine Greer
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On Rage

Published

1 August 2008

ISBN

9780522855180

Weight

146g

Size

158mm x 119mm

Imprint

Melbourne University Press

On Rage

Germaine Greer
Germaine Greer's passionate and powerfully worded essay about Aboriginal rage is a provocation that will cause heated and intense debate.
On Rage is Germaine Greer's powerful essay about Aboriginal dispossession. With characteristic acuity and passion Greer looks to the causes of rage and its consequences in Aboriginal men.

Published six months after Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's Apology, this is an urgent and provocative examination of disempowerment by one of Australia's leading polemicists.

MUP's Little Books on Big Themes series pairs leading Australian thinkers and cultural figures with some of the big themes in life.
On Rage is Germaine Greer's powerful essay about Aboriginal dispossession. With characteristic acuity and passion Greer looks to the causes of rage and its consequences in Aboriginal men.

Published six months after Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's Apology, this is an urgent and provocative examination of disempowerment by one of Australia's leading polemicists.

MUP's Little Books on Big Themes series pairs leading Australian thinkers and cultural figures with some of the big themes in life.

About the author

Germaine Greer

Germaine Greer, is a theorist, academic, and journalist. Although she studies the literature of early modern English, she is best known for her work in twentieth century feminism. Her ideas about gender and sexuality have provoked controversy since the release of her 1970 book The Female Eunuch. Some of Germaine Greer's other works are titled Sex and Destiny: The Politics of Human Fertility, The Change: Women, Aging and the Menopause, and Shakespeare's Wife.

About Germaine Greer

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