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Broner, E(sther) M(asserman) 1930–

Broner is an American novelist, short story writer, playwright, and editor. Much of her fiction is written from a Jewish, feminist perspective. An innovative writer, Broner experiments with style and narrative voice in "Journal/Nocturnal" and with the epic form in A Weave of Women . (See...

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Broner, E(sther) M(asserman) 1930–

Broner is an American novelist, short story writer, playwright, and editor. Much of her fiction is written from a Jewish, feminist perspective. An innovative writer, Broner experiments with style and narrative voice in "Journal/Nocturnal" and with the epic form in A Weave of Women. (See also Contemporary Authors, Vols. 17-20, rev. ed.)

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