Braided Lives by Marge Piercy

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I was a sophomore in high school the first time I read Braided Lives and have read it perhaps 5 or 6 times in the ensuing 15 years. Although the prose seems at times a little overblown, this book throbs with emotion, and with each read-through I experience new depths to the story of Jill and her friend Donna/5(7).

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Braided Lives thus admirably avoids the charge that feminism is a middle-class luxury. Piercy downplays adolescent emotional slights; she provides no guaranteed income to support her heroine in a.

Growing up in Detroit in the s, and going to college when the first seeds of sexual freedom are being sown, Jill and Donna are coming of age in an exciting, turbulent time.

Wry, independent Jill thrives in the new free-spirited world, while her beautiful cousin Donna desperately searches for a man to make her life whole. As each cousin is driven by different demons and desires, they. Contains short stories and poems by such authors as Louise Erdrich, Nicholasa Mohr, Nikki Giovanni, and Maxine Hong Kingston.

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It was created by Minnesota teachers, for teachers and students in Minnesota high schools. This book is one of my top 3 favorites, along with two novels by Margaret Atwood (and what writer wouldn't want to be grouped with Atwood?) I was a sophomore in high school the first time I read Braided Lives and have read it perhaps 5 or 6 times in the ensuing 15 years.5/5(5).

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Get this from a library. Braided lives: a novel. [Marge Piercy] -- Follows the lives of Jill, a woman whose passionate friendships with other women are her emotional lifeline, and Donna, Jill's flirtatious cousin and closest friend, determined to attach herself to a.

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BRAIDED LIVES is a novel that tries not to simplify but to clarify and by so doing, it. Braided Lives by Piercy, Marge Seller Lorrin Wong, Bookseller Published Condition Previous owner's name on front end paper & remainder mark on bottom edge otherwise near fine hard cover book in fine dus Edition 1st printing of 1st US edition Item Price $.

Braided Lives is an enduring portrait of the past that has led to our tenuous present. In her new introduction to this edition, Marge Piercy reflects on both the most autobiographical of her novels, and the ongoing battles to ensure the hard-fought victories of the Sixties and Seventies, particularly around sex and reproductive rights.

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Jill and Donna are cousins and lifelong best friends but could not be more different. Despite their contrasting characters, fiercely independent, dark, street-smart Jill and pretty, blond, alluring Donna are very close, attending college together in Ann Arbor and then moving to New York City after graduation.

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