French, Marilyn: Principal Works
MARILYN FRENCH: PRINCIPAL WORKS
The Book as World: James Joyce's "Ulysses" (criticism) 1976
The Women's Room (novel) 1977
The Bleeding Heart (novel) 1980
Shakespeare's Division of Experience (essays and criticism) 1981
Beyond Power: On Women, Men, and Morals (essays and criticism) 1985
Her Mother's Daughter (novel) 1987
The War against Women (nonfiction) 1992
Our Father (novel) 1994
My Summer with George (novel) 1996
A Season in Hell: A Memoir (memoir) 1998
From Eve to Dawn: A History of Women, Volume I: Origins (history and criticism) 2002
From Eve to Dawn: A History of Women, Volume II: The Masculine Mystique (history and criticism) 2002
From Eve to Dawn: A History of Women, Volume III: Paradises and Infernos (history and criticism) 2003
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