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Mary Gordon

(b. 1949)


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(1949– ),

American novelist, born in Long Island, of Jewish and Roman Catholic heritage, educated at Barnard College and Syracuse University. Gordon is often classified as a writer who conflates the ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).


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