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Books Like Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown | Suggesting Reading

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What Do I Read Next?

Six of One (1983) is Rita Mae Brown's novel about love, war, and sibling rivalry.

Brown's novel, Sudden Death (1984), tells the story of sex, betrayal, ambition, and greed amongst professional women tennis players.

The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling (1749), written by Henry Fielding, explores every facet of eighteenth-century English society from brothels to drawing rooms. The protagonist of the book, Tom Jones, is a picaresque hero—an adventurer with a conscience who has many sexual adventures before getting married.

Saul Bellow's The Adventures of Augie March (1954) is a picaresque novel that recounts the life of a Jewish man.

Lisa Alther's 1976 bestseller, Kinflicks chronicles the story of a young woman who discovers the joys of liberation and sexual experimentation in the 1960s.

The Well of Loneliness (1928) is Radclyffe Hall's groundbreaking and controversial novel about a lesbian's search for happiness.

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