An extremely engaging book to read - nearly every sentence trips along and uses an entrancing blend of precision and metaphors. The arguments, where they are discernible, are brief, really only a few sentences long, often contained in two paragraphs. Much of the rest is exposition (bordering on caricature), complaint, and energetic condemnation. No index.
A special mention must be made of the lengthy introduction - a whopping seventy pages! (the work itself is only about 240 pages) Its packed to the hilt with overwrought blathering and pretentious waffling and gives the information about the author, her circumstances, and the intellectual milieu in which the work was composed. But all that could have been done in twenty pages.
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