The Feminine Mystique
Publish date: June 1st 2010
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan is an iconic book that relentlessly changed the way the American woman saw herself, until its first publication in 1963. Feministic in a good way, without the morbid extravaganza other reads of that type hold, it's relevant even now and if you don't choose to b...
It's difficult to know what to rate this, how many stars for a Great and Terrible Book?I would certainly recommend reading it to anyone interested in feminism and the history of second wave feminism, because it's a pretty clear manifesto of the start of all that, and it's picture of the position of ...
I have such a hard time reviewing audiobooks, for (at least) two reasons: 1) it takes me a lot longer to finish them than it would if I were reading and so my memory of the earlier parts of the book is not as clear when it comes time to write a review, and 2) I listen to audiobooks while driving, so...
As for so many other women, changed my life. It's a history book, and one every woman should read to get a sense of what has come before her, and the life she has.
This book was quite interesting, in that it allowed me to get a closer look at feminism in a period and in a country I'm currently studying about for an exam. It helped me delve deeper into something I thought I knew, yet didn't know that much. Now I understand much better how and why it must have h...