Wednesday, 17 March 2010

COMMENT: Emily Woof in the Guardian Review

Further to our conversation yesterday about motherhood and how central or not it is to our essential experience, see here

Clearly, it's written out of a belief that birth and motherhood are fundamental, defining experiences. Now, that's kind of what I think too. But it's interesting to see, given the Vendall Clark I'm reading, that other cultures clearly haven't viewed it that way.

It's rare that to get a chance to suddenly see the facts of your life as possibly just pre-conceptions.

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