Woman on the Edge of Time

Author: Marge Piercy

First published in 1979, Marge Piercy’s novel is both a drama of survival and a Utopian epic. Connie Ramos, 37, Mexican-American and unfairly incarcerated in a mental hospital, is the enduring central character in a book about differing visions of the future…..Read More

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