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All about Love: New Visions

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  • Posted March 11, 2013

    Bell hooks book All about love is a book that really gets into t

    Bell hooks book All about love is a book that really gets into the true meaning of love and what it`s like to really be in a relationship and when you trully know when you are in love.This book is a funny ,but serious book that really makes you think twice about relationship. She really gets in depth about love and when you know when you are in love and if its the right to be in love. This book was an easy read ,but at times it started to repeat itself in a different contex. I would reccoment this book for someone to read if you are really questioning if you are in love or if you are in a healthy relationship. It`s a good book,but i believe it should stay a book and be made into a movie. A lot of younger people would like this book if you are confused about where you are iwith your loved one. Overall I give this book a 3 because it wasnt over the top amazing ,but it was a good enough read that I could finish it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2000

    kick-ass feminist crashes plato's symposium

    This book presents bell hooks's deeply ethical and feminist/buddhist-oriented perspectives, experiences, and yes, research on love and its many faces. She offers a useful working definition of 'love' (quite a feat itself!) and explores love in various contexts, including work, spirituality, friendship and community. Her writing is clear, genuine and radical.

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    Posted June 25, 2009

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