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Where was Kate Millet born? Does anyone know?
yup, St. Paul, Minn. I'll add that now. Andreach 18:25, 26 January 2007 (UTC)
Revert banned user
Inaccurate edit summary
Due to a c&p muckup I put a bad edit summary in. The one that mentions lawyers actually should say I removed a magazine cover per WP:FU. My bad. The editor formerly known as Harmonica Wolfowitz 23:50, 22 August 2006 (UTC)
Mother Millett (2002) describes how Kate Millett rescues her mother from being robbed of her personality and human dignity at a totalitarian caring institution; this time she is able to make relationship with people acting in solidarity with her and her mother (effectively). The only question still to be answered: why is it that Mother Millett did not protect her daughter when she had been in a similar situation?
Can somebody change this text into an "encyclopedian" one, please? Austerlitz 22.214.171.124 17:17, 11 September 2006 (UTC)
Discussing Kate Millett nowadays
- Kate Millett Article and Bibliography
-  Mother Millett, Kate Millett has been on a comeback since a 1999 article appeared in Salon Magazine expressing shock that Millett's feminist classic Sexual Politics had dropped out of print.
Reviewed by Martha Bridegam Thursday, July 5 2001, 9:25 PM
- Austerlitz -- 126.96.36.199 09:18, 8 July 2007 (UTC)
I was thinking for the controversy section we might discuss Norman Mailer's The Prisoner of Sex, which was in large part a criticism of Millett's reading of various authors in Sexual Politics. Perhaps something for a 'criticism' section as opposed to controversy section.
I removed most of the links in separate edits in which (as requested) I specifically justify each removal, usually in reference to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Layout#See_also_section — SethTisue (talk) 12:14, 9 April 2011 (UTC)
Lesbian or bisexual?
The main text of the article says she's a lesbian, and she's also on a list of bisexual writers. Which is it?
In the UK, honours degrees are undergraduate; postgraduate degrees do not have an honours system. Either she got first-class honors undergraduate degree, or she got a postgraduate degree. This needs to be corrected - does anyone know which it is?
She probably did a second BA at Oxford (in 2 years); also the University awards degrees not the college.