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The Women's Room
Simon & Schuster (2011)
US$9.99

“Mira was hiding in the ladies’ room. She called it that, even though someone had scratched out the...

The Women's Room
Little, Brown Book Group (2011)
US$13.99

A landmark in feminist literature, THE WOMEN'S ROOM is a biting social commentary of a world gone...

Her Mother's Daughter: A Novel
Open Road Media (2013)
US$17.99

Famed feminist Marilyn French’s life-affirming saga celebrates the love and sacrifices of four...

A Season in Hell: A Memoir
Open Road Media (2013)
US$18.99

An extraordinary memoir on facing death . . . and choosing life Where there’s a will . . . ...

Our Father: A Novel
Open Road Media (2013)
US$17.99

New York Times– bestselling author of  The Women’s Room : While a man lies in the hospital, his...

The Bleeding Heart: A Novel
Open Road Media (2013)
US$17.99

A novel of second love between Americans abroad—“a monumental achievement” from the New York Times...

My Summer with George: A Novel of Love at a Certain Age

My Summer with George

A Novel of Love at a Certain Age

Open Road Media (2013)
US$17.99

An unapologetically romantic novel about a woman who finds love in middle age After four...

The Women of Marilyn French: Her Mother's Daughter, Our Father, and The Bleeding Heart

The Women of Marilyn French

Her Mother's Daughter, Our Father, and The Bleeding Heart

Open Road Media (2016)
US$27.99

Three powerful novels about family and the female experience from the multimillion-selling author of...

The Love Children
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2009)
US$15.99

A girl comes of age in the radical 1960s in this “beautifully written” novel by the groundbreaking...

From Eve to Dawn: A History of Women in the World Volume II: The Masculine Mystique from Feudalism to the French Revolution

From Eve to Dawn: A History of Women in the World Volume II

The Masculine Mystique from Feudalism to the French Revolution

Origins Series (No. 2)
The Feminist Press at CUNY (2008)
US$19.99

“Filled with fascinating detail . . . this second volume of French’s massive and valuable work is an...