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Bibliophile: White Beech

White Beech by Germaine Greer Bloomsbury In December 2001, at the age of 62, Germaine Greer wondered how much longer she could earn a living from her pen and her tongue. When all her friends were buying units on the Sunshine Coast, she bought sixty hectares of steep, rocky rainforest in the Gold Coast Hinterland […]

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New Zealand: Greer Glitter Bombed

March 14: Feminist writer Germaine Greer was glitter-bombed in an attack launched by the Queer Avengers at a Readers and Writers Week event in Wellington. Greer was targeted by the group for her transphobic comments, which have included referring to transwomen as ‘ghastly parodies’. In a written response published in The New Zealand Listener, Greer […]

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