Book Reviews of Notes from an Incomplete Revolution : Real Life Since Feminism

Notes from an Incomplete Revolution : Real Life Since Feminism
Notes from an Incomplete Revolution Real Life Since Feminism
Author: Meredith Maran
ISBN-13: 9780553374896
ISBN-10: 0553374893
Publication Date: 5/4/1998
Pages: 272
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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The New York Times Book Review, Karen Lehrman
Ms. Maran herself hasn't completely escaped the contradictions of what she refers to as her "sagging ideology." Phrases like "the life-threatening condition of being female" turn up sporadically, often seemingly by rote. But they never blunt this book's important point: that at this stage in the history of feminism, being honest about women's lives is far more a sign of progress than retreat; that to complete the revolution, women need realistic analysis more than symbolic gestures.