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The mysteries of evolution are not a new subject for Angier, a Pulitzer Prize-winning biology writer for the New York Times whose previous books include The Beauty of the Beastly and Natural Obsessions. The strengths of Woman begin with Angier's witty and evocative prose style, but its real contribution is the way it expands the definition of female "geography" beyond womb, breasts, and estrogen, down as far as the bimolecular substructure of DNA and up as high as the transcendent infrastructure of the human brain. --Patrizia DiLucchio --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is a very informative book.
It's fascinating how she weaves things like evolutionary biology, history, and personal interviews with women into a cohesive story about the female body.
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning a little more about the wonders and mysteries of being a woman.
Wow. So amazing. I'm learning so much. Haven't even finished the book and I'm overwhelmed with joy. All these questions I had are being answered. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Gerry
I really enjoyed this. I picked it up in a used bookstore, just because it looked interesting, and it's been great! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Grace Goodwin
This writer is deeply knowledgeable about her subject as she writes about more aspects of gender and the female body than you knew existed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marianne Chrystalbridge
This was a wonderful book. I am more than happy I stumbled upon this book. As a young woman of twenty-one years, I felt this book to be very informative. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Aaqilah
One of the best science authors alive today nails female anatomy and physiology. Written so that a high school student who isn't afraid of occassional dictionary use can enjoy it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Scott A Kahre
Strange, effusive, rhapsodic, flowery, funny, fun, often fascinating, but I have to say, I find myself rushing through the whimsy, preferring the sections of straightforward... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anna Karenina