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Gail Godwin • 27 Items / 13 Books, 6 Articles, 8 Reviews
The Odd Woman (1974)
A Novel
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Published Reviews
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    Reconsideration (Review)
    The Odd Woman, by Gail Godwin
    1. The Odd Woman by Gail Godwin
    The New Republic, January 25, 1975, p. 26
  2. Books and Authors
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    Gail Godwin and Feminist Fiction (Review)
    The Odd Woman, by Gail Godwin
    1. The Odd Woman by Gail Godwin
    The North American Review (New), Summer 1975, pp. 83-86
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    Briefly Noted (2 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Touch the Water, Touch the Wind by Amos Oz
    2. The Odd Woman by Gail Godwin
    The New Yorker, November 18, 1974, p. 233
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    Academic Vaudeville (4 Reviews)
    The King's Indian, by John Gardner
    1. The King's Indian by John Gardner
    2. The Shadow Knows by Diane Johnson
    3. The Odd Woman by Gail Godwin
    4. The Clockwork Testament, or Enderby's End by Anthony Burgess
    The New York Review of Books, February 20, 1975, pp. 34-35
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    Novel Sex and Violence (18 Reviews)
    Tattoo, by Earl Thompson
    1. Tattoo by Earl Thompson
    2. There None Embrace by Frederick B. Shroyer
    3. Local Talent by Marlene F. Shyer
    4. Gathering Force by Leslie Newman
    5. The 158-Pound Marriage by John Irving
    6. Miriam at Thirty-Four by Alan Lelchuk
    7. The Odd Woman by Gail Godwin
    8. The War Between the Tates by Alison Lurie
    9. The Shadow Knows by Diane Johnson
    10. The Abbess of Crewe by Muriel Spark
    11. Myron by Gore Vidal
    12. Tarr by Wyndham Lewis
    13. The Vulgar Streak by Wyndham Lewis
    14. The Connoisseur by Evan S. Connell, Jr.
    15. The Slightest Distance by Henry Bromell
    16. Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You by Alice Munro
    17. The Ebony Tower by John Fowles
    18. Dog Soldiers by Robert Stone
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1975, pp. 147-162