The Sexual Politics of Meat - Carol J. Adams
Ah memories...This was a running joke between many of my friends my first and only year at Franklin Pierce College, it being the most amusingly titled book in the whole timid library. A goth friend of mine in the antropology department read it and told that although it was ok it didn't at all live up to the great title. Does it?
Right now i'm reading a few books, my main book right now is the Mists of Avalon
, a book that's sat among my piles for years, mostly because I was duboious about whether a femininist retelling of the Arthurian saga was worth my time, and thankfully its really well written. I'm also reading a book called Scandals in the House of Birds
a first hand account of Santiago Atitlan, one of the most beautiful and unchanged fully Mayan cities in Guatamala, and its struggle to keep its Shamanic beliefs intact in the face of years of encroaching westernization and aggressive Christian missionary work. This is a very good book to get first hand accounts of old mayan myths told through many different times and peoples. Oh yeah i'm also trying to finish a book on the Qaballah. There might be a few others but who knows if i'll ever finish the ones i've forgotten.