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Review: On Strike Against God (Feminist Series)User Review - Mely - Goodreads
Reread 5/1/11. The sexy bits are amazingly sensual. I used to think Hugh and Ellen were disguised versions of Damon Knight and Kate Wilhelm, I'm not sure why. Maybe because they were the only long ... Read full review
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To-read for this quotation: “Oh, Esther, I don't want to be a feminist. I don't enjoy it. It's no fun.” “I know,” I said. “I don't either.” People think you decide to be “radical,” for God's sake ...
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