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McGinley's 1961 Pulitzer Prize winning collection of poetry, Times Three, demonstrates the wit, variety, and technical virtuosity of her poetry.

In The Feminist Mystique, Betty Friedan's groundbreaking 1963 feminist manifesto, she challenges the traditional view of the happy housewife as dangerous and dehumanizing, accusing successful women, including McGinley, of denying their roles as individuals.

McGinley's Sixpence in Her Shoe is a collection of essays defending the joys of domesticity and womanhood, written in part as a rebuttal to Friedan's book.

This Fabulous Century, 1950-1960, vividly conveys the culture, values, and personalities of the decades in words and pictures, including a segment on suburbia.

The 1979 anthology, The Oxford Book of American Light Verse, presents a wide range of humorous poems including works by such usually serious writers as T. S. Eliot and Tennessee Williams, as well as traditional humorists like McGinley.

No More Masks: An Anthology of Poems...

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