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Playing the woman card

MEG WOLITZER HAS BUILT HER REPUTATION BY tapping into the zeitgeist, particularly as it relates to women, from the inequities within a marriage in The Wife (2003) to a teen girl grappling with death in the YA novel Belzhar (2014). When it’s published in the spring, The Female Persuasion

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