Marge Piercy | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Renee Gold

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Marge Piercy.
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Critical Essay by Renee Gold

This is Marge Piercy's seventh novel, a fact that numerologists would have us believe augurs well for its success. A more substantial contribution to that success is the fact that Braided Lives is Piercy's best novel to date.

Those of us who have anticipated each of Piercy's offerings with increasing delight will not be disappointed; readers who are unfamiliar with Piercy's work but who enjoyed The Bell Jar or The Women's Room will need no further introduction to this novel. But the reader who has the most to gain in seeking out Piercy's work is the one to whom a blend of fiction and feminism seem anathema: Braided Lives offers a convincing and honest depiction of women's reality….

Braided Lives has a great deal to do with...

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This section contains 486 words
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