Author

Marge Piercy

American novelist and poet (born 1936)

1936   -  

genre: Littérature blanche, science fiction, poetry
country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English, French, Spanish, American English
educated at: University of Michigan, Northwestern University
occupation: writer, poet, novelist, science fiction writer, feminist, activist, climate activist
award received: Arthur C. Clarke Award, Michigan Women's Hall of Fame
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Marge Piercy (born March 31, 1936) is an American poet, novelist, and social activist. Her work includes Woman on the Edge of Time; He, She and It, which won the 1993 Arthur C. Clarke Award; and Gone to Soldiers, a New York Times Best Seller, a sweeping historical novel set during World War II. Piercy's work is rooted in her Jewish heritage, social and political activism, and her feminist ideals. She influenced the Women's Movement through both her writing and her unconventional life.
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Works

12

Woman on the Edge of Time

novel by Marge Piercy

author: Marge Piercy

1976

He, She and It

novel by Marge Piercy

author: Marge Piercy

1991

Going Down Fast

novel by Marge Piercy

author: Marge Piercy

1969

Vida

novel by Marge Piercy

author: Marge Piercy

1979

Barbie Doll

poem by Marge Piercy

author: Marge Piercy

Vida

author: Marge Piercy

Woman on the Edge of Time

author: Marge Piercy

The Moon is Always Female

author: Marge Piercy

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