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Just wondering if it‘s possible to access and archive a review from an academic journal, i.e. this K.L. Lynch‘s review in Society of Holly Lawford-Smith‘s book Gender-Critical Feminism, published (online at least) at SpringerLink, 3 August.

And if anyone can do it? Or would that violate too many rules/copyright laws for Ovarit? I‘d like to read the review but, wow…zillions of dollars for a .pdf of it. [Edited title to add ?]

Just wondering if it‘s possible to access and archive a review from an academic journal, i.e. this K.L. Lynch‘s review in Society of Holly Lawford-Smith‘s book Gender-Critical Feminism, published (online at least) at SpringerLink, 3 August. And if anyone can do it? Or would that violate too many rules/copyright laws for Ovarit? I‘d like to read the review but, wow…zillions of dollars for a .pdf of it. [Edited title to add ?]

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Probably best for anyone replying to take this to DM instead of posting anything directly.

Keep in mind that it's common for those academic sites to imprint personal details of the person downloading a PDF, so you may be doxing yourself by doing so and sharing it with others.

OK, thanks much for that. Maybe if anyone can access it they can DM me.

[–] Owl 1 points

Just in case you haven't seen this page, it's her website about the book with other reviews, discussions, videos etc. https://hollylawford-smith.org/books/

[–] bio-woman 0 points Edited

Unfortunately, I only have access to Society up until last year through work. And Sci-Hub isn't finding it. Let's hope someone else has current Society access through school or work and can share it with you, not sure about it being OK to post here though due to copyright. Maybe once you get it, you can quote some highlights for us.

Thanks! Will do... if I get a copy at some point. I am reading the book myself at the moment. Just over halfway done. Will write a 'review' when I'm done either way, in case anyone is interested.