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Jeanette Winterson's first novel, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit,won the Whitbread Prize for Best First Novel. Since then she has published many other novels, including The Passion, Written on the Body and The PowerBook, a collection of short stories, a book of essays, and children's picture books. She has adapted her work for TV, film and stage and was awarded an OBE for services to literature in 2006. Her books are published in 32 countries.


This slim volume by the award-winning novelist and memoirist addresses how far women have come since getting the vote and the work that is still needed for true equality * * Observer * *
A joyous read -- Stylist
She is a master of her material, a writer in whom great talent abides * * Vanity Fair * *
Many consider her to be the best living writer in this language . . . In [Winterson's hands], words are fluid, radiant, humming * * Evening Standard * *
Celebrates how far women have come in the past century, while issuing a wake-up call about why there's a long way to go for women on equality . . . Powerful * * Herald * *
Powerful and frank . . . A great primer for anyone who isn't sure whether they identify as a feminist, or why they should * * iNews * *
Reminds us why brave, not silent, women often shape the future * * Press & Journal * *
Recognises how far women have come in the 100 years since getting the vote, but also how much there is still to do * * Evening Times * *
Makes for an inspiring stocking filler * * Oh Comely * *

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