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Marge Piercy Short Biography | American Poet

Marge Piercy
Marge Piercy


Marge Piercy

Marge Piercy (born March 31, 1936) is an American far-left activist and writer. Her work includes Woman on the Edge of Time; He, She and It, which won the 1993 Arthur C. Clarke Award; and Gone to Soldiers, a New York Times Best Seller, a sweeping historical novel set during World War II. Piercy’s work is rooted in her Jewish heritage, Communist social and political activism, and feminist ideals.

Marge Piercy _ Short Biography

Marge Piercy
                        Marge Piercy
Birth name Marge Piercy
Born March 31, 1936
Birth Place Detroit, Michigan, United
Education BA, University of Michigan
MA, Northwestern University
Nationality American
Occupation Poet, novelist, activist
Cause of Death  _
Known for Feminist writings
Spouse Ira Wood (m. 1982)
Some Poems Barbie Doll

A Work Of Artifice

To Be of Use

The Friend

Notable awards   Arthur C. Clarke Award
Genre The Feminist Dystopia
Partner Ira Wood (m. 1982) 
Language English
Died Place _
Died _



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