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Marilyn French

(1929—2009)


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(1929–),

New York City-born author, received an A.B. from Hofstra and a Ph.D. from Harvard, leading to her first book, The Book as World—James Joyce's “Ulysses” (1976). She has also written novels, The Women's Room (1977), a feminist view of a woman's life, and The Bleeding Heart (1980), about an affair between two Americans in their forties, resident in England.

Subjects: Literature.


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