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The Vast and the Spurious: 25 Problems For Feminism Paperback – 21 Aug 2019

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“This is no angry polemic, but a light-hearted, factual and fair introduction to feminism’s various hypocrisies and contradictions."

Karen Straughan.


‘"Whether for the uninitiated, the curious, or the indoctrinated, this book offers a witty rebuttal to modern feminist claims and exaggerations. Grounded in common sense and empathy, it makes the rational case, too rarely heard, for amity between the sexes and respect for men's contributions."


Janice Fiamengo, Professor of English, University of Ottawa, Canada, and editor of Sons of Feminism: Men Have Their Say.

About the Author

Duncan Smith is an Australian author and musician. He is most notable for writing three novels that come with rock music soundtracks, recorded with his band, Lighthouse XIII. No stranger to controversy, Smith's novel, 'Cultown' is about a cult that takes over a small US town, while his novella, 'Marla Okadigbo,' covers the touchy subject of race relations in America. The novella appears in Smith's collection, 'The Tightarse Tuesday Book Club.' 'The Vast and the Spurious: 25 Problems for Feminism' is Smith's latest controversial work. As a survey of the state of modern feminism, it is sure to incite comment and debate.

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5.0 out of 5 starsNot an angry book at all. It's clever, fair, AND funny.
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