Francine du Plessix Gray 1930–
French-born American novelist and social critic.
In Divine Disobedience, Gray combines a crisp journalistic style of writing with an eloquent liberalism to explore contemporary Catholic radical ideas. Her two novels, Lovers and Tyrants and World without End, have been praised for their striking characterization and melodic prose.
(See also Contemporary Authors, Vols. 61-64.)