The Eros of Everyday Life: Essays on Ecology, Gender and Society by Susan Griffin

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The Eros of Everyday Life: Essays on Ecology, Gender and Society

'“Griffin explores [our connection with nature] with an uncommon thoroughness and penetrating power.” —The Examiner   “Nobody writes more lyrically about ecology or more wisely about gender than Susan Griffin. And nobody knows better how the two should be seen as one. This nourishing book is an example of her work at its best.” —Theodore Roszak, author of The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein   “A scintillating and enthralling feminist thinker . . . Magnificent . . . These are lustrous and mind-stretching essays, made personal with swatches of autobiography and made beautiful with a passion for life and the power of mind.” —Booklist'
'“Griffin explores [our connection with nature] with an uncommon thoroughness and penetrating power.” —The Examiner   “Nobody writes more lyrically about ecology or more wisely about gender than Susan Griffin. And nobody knows better how the two should be seen as one. This nourishing book is an example of her work at its best.” —Theodore Roszak, author of The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein   “A scintillating and enthralling feminist thinker . . . Magnificent . . . These are lustrous and mind-stretching essays, made personal with swatches of autobiography and made beautiful with a passion for life and the power of mind.” —Booklist'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504012201 Pages: 248