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Literature at its finest. A truly wonderful, absorbing read. Women will nod their heads. Men will, hopefully, rub their chins and think "it's pretty understandable when you... Read morePublished 5 months ago by G. L. Fredrick
I just had to add to this list of reviews, some of which were so negative, I was stunned because A Short History of Women is an absolutely brilliant book and one that I cannot... Read morePublished 8 months ago by S. J. Watson
My book group did not like it. It was very dificult for them to keep track of the characters.
They did not feel it shed any unique new light on women;s history or... Read more
I thought this book was great. I care about the topic, and I found every character to be wholly formed, believable, and really interesting. The writing is beautiful too. Read morePublished 14 months ago by abc
It's not surprising "A Short History of Women" has a three star rating on Amazon and not much more on Goodreads. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Deborah Morrison
I am interested in feminism topic, but the novel is a bit dull. Not my dish.Published 16 months ago by hp
A very moving history of women and beautifully written. I enjoyed it from beginning to end.Published 18 months ago by Donna Thompson
I felt like there were sooooo many whiny women. Their same names became confusing with the jumping back and forth in history. I would note recommend it.Published 23 months ago by happycustomer
This book must have been sitting here for a few years, and it wasn't the first time I picked it up. It's one of those novels said to be superb--one of the 10 Best Books of the NY... Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by jean chases