Mama: Love, Motherhood and Revolution

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  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-09-07
  • Publisher: Natl Book Network
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"Life without femininity—devoid of mystery, emotion, gentleness and the unerring power of a woman's love—is no life at all."

In this groundbreaking book, Antonella Gambotto-Burke encourages a complete re-evaluation of motherhood, showing that our lack of respect for maternal love is at the root of our widespread dissatisfaction with modern life.

Written from the heart of a woman who was herself revolutionized by her experience of motherhood, this is a book that challenges, comforts and inspires, offering positive solutions through personal revelation and intellectual exploration with some of the greatest visionaries of childcare.

Mama is not only the key to a better world, but to a better relationship—with yourself, your child and your life.

Author Biography

Antonella Gambotto-Burke is a critic, journalist, and novelist. A dual Italian/Australian citizen, she currently resides near Sydney, Australia. Antonella is the author of six books. Her work, both fiction and non-fiction, has been published in numerous anthologies. Dr. John Irvine, founder of the Read Clinic and Australia's highest-profile child psychologist, said Mama is almost to motherhood what Germaine Greer was to womanhood. "Antonella's book is a seminal piece that draws a line in the sand on what motherhood should be all about," he noted. "It is a statement that has the potential to realign motherhood, and is so intelligently written."

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