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Liv Stromquist was born in 1978 and lives in Malmo, Sweden. She has published seven graphic novels in Sweden. Her work draws on political and sociological theory, and often examines and analyzes different kinds of power. Fruit of Knowledge is her first book to appear in English and is being published in seventeen countries. Follow her on Instagram @leifstromquist.
How I loved reading Liv Strömquist's Fruit of Knowledge. Mostly,
this was down to its sheer, punchy brilliance: should you be in
possession of a teenage daughter, you absolutely must buy it for
her and all her friends, in addition to those copies you will now
immediately purchase for yourself and all of yours . . . If her
strips are clever, angry, funny and righteous, they're also
informative to an eye-popping degree . . . every page is so
Brilliantly drawn, cleverly researched and deeply funny
*Times Literary Supplement*
Impeccably researched [and] enormously funny ... Almost every page is so brilliantly and wittily written and unarguably righteous that it is constantly tempting to show the book to the nearest person. This is a sure sign that this is a work of unusual excellence. Buy two copies - one to read and keep and one to lend out - and make peace with the idea that you may need to get more in time
Feminist, snappy, instructive and hilarious!
*Time Out Paris*
Liv Strömquist's refreshing humour and visionary ability truly make me rejoice'
Imagine if you could walk through the world with a Liv Strömquist at your side. The moment you stumbled on an injustice or an error in thinking, you could point her at the culprit like a loaded wit-revolver, instead of having to stand there digging through your own murky arguments
Will appeal to fans of popular feminist authors like Caitlin Moran ... Through witty illustrations and punchy text, the book examines society's love-hate relationship with women's sexuality ... Buy it for your teenage granddaughter and have a peek yourself
A lively, educational and anti-idiot oration on one of society's less comfortably discussed topics
There are moments of genuine hilarity, as when Strömquist pictures the dinner party chatter of men living under a matriarchy, and others of fierce anger in this wild, witty and vital book
Fruit of Knowledge: The Vulva vs the Patriarchy, is just the thing for all the feminists in your life, particularly those of a younger generation
*Observer Books of the Year*
This book made me laugh in public (and also cry a little). It is the book I gave to my younger sister the next time I saw her because of its anger and brilliance and because it is an overwhelming source of knowledge about things we should all already know