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Issue Details: First known date: 2024... 2024 What Doesn’t Kill You Makes for a Great Story – Two New Memoirs Examine the Risky Side of Life
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'In the final pages of her memoir Datsun Angel, writer and filmmaker Anna Broinowski identifies the book as a “call-to-arms critique [of] the eighties patriarchy”. She questions whether women like herself – that is, the well-educated, sexually liberated beneficiaries of second-wave feminism – are really better off than their 1940s counterparts.' (Introduction)

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