Gone to Soldiers: A Novel by Marge Piercy

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'“This book deserves to have an entire book written about it. . . . A landmark piece of literary prose . . . The most thorough and most captivating, most engrossing novel ever written about World War II.” —Los Angeles Times   “A compelling chronicle of humans in conflict with inhuman events, Gone to Soldiers is an unforgettable reading experience and a stirring tribute to the remarkable survival of the human spirit.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer   “Piercy has mastered a huge subject, dismantled a centuries-old sex barrier, and widened our perceptions of both war and literature.” —Newsweek   “A literary triumph for Marge Piercy and a landmark volume in the literature of war.” —USA Today  Praise for Marge Piercy “Here is somebody with the guts to go into the deepest core of herself, her time, her history, and risk more than anybody else has so far, just out of a love for the truth and a need to tell it. It’s about time.” —Thomas Pynchon on Dance the Eagle to Sleep   “One of the most important writers of our time.” —Erica Jong   “A sensitive champion of woman’s issues.” —The Charlotte Observer   “Marge Piercy is a raw, tough, willful, magnificent novelist.” —The Christian Science Monitor   “Reading a book by Marge Piercy is like sitting around a warm inviting fire with old friends: You know you will be entertained, hopefully you will be amused, and if you dare to invest in yourself, you will certainly learn something.” —TheIndianapolis Star  '
'“This book deserves to have an entire book written about it. . . . A landmark piece of literary prose . . . The most thorough and most captivating, most engrossing novel ever written about World War II.” —Los Angeles Times   “A compelling chronicle of humans in conflict with inhuman events, Gone to Soldiers is an unforgettable reading experience and a stirring tribute to the remarkable survival of the human spirit.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer   “Piercy has mastered a huge subject, dismantled a centuries-old sex barrier, and widened our perceptions of both war and literature.” —Newsweek   “A literary triumph for Marge Piercy and a landmark volume in the literature of war.” —USA Today  Praise for Marge Piercy “Here is somebody with the guts to go into the deepest core of herself, her time, her history, and risk more than anybody else has so far, just out of a love for the truth and a need to tell it. It’s about time.” —Thomas Pynchon on Dance the Eagle to Sleep   “One of the most important writers of our time.” —Erica Jong   “A sensitive champion of woman’s issues.” —The Charlotte Observer   “Marge Piercy is a raw, tough, willful, magnificent novelist.” —The Christian Science Monitor   “Reading a book by Marge Piercy is like sitting around a warm inviting fire with old friends: You know you will be entertained, hopefully you will be amused, and if you dare to invest in yourself, you will certainly learn something.” —TheIndianapolis Star  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504033435 Pages: 757