eBook Folly, a novel (Crossing Press feminist series) download
by Maureen Brady
Author: Maureen Brady
Publisher: Crossing Press (1982)
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Maureen Brady is one of our most original voices. In this novel about work and passion Maureen Brady shows us the pride that has helped women survive a society which devalues both women and labor.
Maureen Brady is one of our most original voices. Folly is riveting and inspirational, a heartwarming testimonial to what a few good women can do to make the world less racist, homophobic, and oppressive to women workers. The new afterword by Bonnie Zimmerman is an excellent addition, which succinctly places the work in both a historical and literary context. Economic circumstance can't douse the spark that lights each of her characters' lives.
She is best known for her novels Ginger's Fire, Folly, and Give Me Your Good Ear. She currently lives and works in New York City and Woodstock, NY. Maureen Brady was born in 1943 in Mount Vernon, New York and spent her adolescence in Florida.
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Alex Cross is a crime, mystery, and thriller novel series written by James Patterson Supporting.
Alex Cross is a crime, mystery, and thriller novel series written by James Patterson Supporting characters include two of Cross's children, Damon, and Janelle, as well as his grandmother Nana Mama. The series is usually narrated in first-person perspective by Alex Cross, and occasionally from the villains' point of view in third-person.
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Series: The Crossing Press feminist series. Paperback: 268 pages. Publisher: Crossing Press (1987).