At the time this was originally written, I am sure it was revolutionary. It has not aged well. The author is dealing with her own relationship with her mother, and it feels like she is projecting that onto all the rest of womankind. The description mentions many interviews with women, but the strongest voice is hers. I am sure the process was therapeutic for her, but it is not too instructive now.
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