Small Changes

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  • Paperback
  • 562 pages
  • Small Changes
  • Marge Piercy
  • English
  • 01 December 2018
  • 0449000931

About the Author: Marge Piercy

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Small Changes Small Changes is the explosive novel of women struggling to make their places in a man s world Set against the early days of the feminist movement, it tells of two women and the choices they must make Intelligent, sensual Miriam Berg trades her doctorate for marriage and security, only to find herself hungry for a life of her own but terrified of losing her husband Shy, frightened Beth runs away from the very life Miriam seeks to a new world of different ideas, and a different kind of love the love of another woman New Download [ Small Changes ] by [ Marge Piercy ] – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Small Changes

  1. Donna Davis says:

    This title was originally published in 1973 during the second wave of feminism that followed the US Civil Rights movement, and then the anti war movement against the US invasion of Vietnam Marge Piercy is a prominent veteran writer who spoke to women s issues during that time and in years to follow She doesn t need my review, and neither does Open Road Integrated Media, I suspect, but my thanks go to them and Net Galley for letting me reread this wonderful novel digitally I received this copy This title was originally published in 1973 during the second wave of feminism that followed the US Civil Rights movement, and then the anti war movement against the US invasion of Vietnam Marge Piercy is a prominent veteran writer who spoke to women s issues during that time and in years to follow She doesn t need my review, and neither does Open Road Integrated Media, I susp...

  2. Cyndy Aleo says:

    Almost ten years ago I discovered the author Marge Piercy when I read her novel He, She, and It As I do with any author whose book I really, really love, I ran right out and bought every other book of hers I could get my hands on, including Small Changes, which the cover blurb promised showcased two women and the changes they make in their lives First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage The first character we meet is Beth, a recent high school student who is apparently getting married to her Almost ten years ago I discovered the author Marge Piercy when I read her novel He...

  3. Jessica Bronder says:

    This story is about two women Beth and Miriam Beth is marring her boyfriend from high school He expects her to be the standard stay at home mother while he watches her maintain the house But Beth has other dreams and she ends up running away to find herself We also follow Miriam is a graduate from MIT and bounces around in her relationships She is against the traditional opinion of marriage and makes her way This story follows their different paths in life.This story is based in the 70 s w This story is about two women Beth and Miriam Beth is marring her boyfriend from high school He expects her to be the standard stay at home mother while he watches her maintain the house But Beth has other dreams and she ends up running away to find herself We also follow Miriam is a graduate from MIT and bounces around in her relationships She is against the traditional opinion of marriage and makes her way This story follows their different paths in life.This story is based in the 70 s when women were starting to reach out from their normal place of the house I really like following along as Beth and Miriam are stretching and stepping out into the non traditional roles that they...

  4. Leni Rayburn says:

    Apparently I like Marge Piercy s poetry, which I read in college, a lotthan her prose I read over 500 pages of this 999 novel before giving up There are several interconnected story lines here the first of a bride who gives up on her marriage and no one will blame here who reads it It abruptly changes to one of her Greenwich Village friends housemates an intellectual Jewish woman with a highly dysfunctional family who lets the men in her life walk all over her After hundreds o Apparently I like Marge Piercy s poetry, which I read in college, a lotthan her prose I read over 500 pages of this 999 novel before giving up There are several interconnected story lines here the first of a bride ...

  5. Merry says:

    When I read this in the early 70s, I thought it was one of the best depictions of 60s alternative life I d read I read the whole thing in a couple of days.

  6. Ellie says:

    Must read.

  7. mica-micare says:

    Despite the fact that this book is set in the 1960s 70s, I found I could relate all too well to the characters Piercy has created here Watching Beth and Miriam as they go through their relationships mostly with men was painful in the way that watching a good friend date shitty men is painful It is very much about women s emotional labour though the book never uses that relatively modern term and unpaid labour such as housework Miriam, in particular, felt like a close friend who is miserab Despite the fact that this book is set in the 1960s 70s, I found I could relate all too well to the characters Piercy has created here Watching Beth and Miriam as they go through their relationships mostly with men was painful in the way that watching a good friend date shitty men is painful It is very much about women s emotional labour though the book never uses that relatively modern term and unpaid labour such as housework Miriam, in particular, felt like a close friend who is miserable but stuck in her cool girl phase who thinks she s unlike other women, who thinks she is somehow immune to all the patriarchal hurdles becau...

  8. Blair says:

    It s such a comfort to read a book about the experience of being a woman a white woman, rather in male world It s a comfort to read a book that talks about issues that I grapple with in daily life but still still rarely encounter in literature The novel alternates between two women s points of view I found Beth endearing and relatable The sections with Miriam weredifficult for me to read because she becomes s...

  9. Fritze says:

    I m just not going to finish this I read some of the other reviews and remembering the back cover copy, Miriam trades her PhD for marriage WTF I ll pass I get it that feminism in the early days was often pretty hardcore, but there isn t one male character that is likeable, and the female characters are only so so I knew as soon as I started that this wasn t going to be my favorite book, but I expected some of the uplifting spiritual emotional growth common to most women s lit Small Cha I m just not going to finish this I read some of the other reviews and remembering the back cover copy, Miriam trades her PhD for marriage WTF I ll pass I get it that feminism in the early days was often pretty hardcore, but th...

  10. Sarah LaFleur says:

    This book is hands down my favorite book of all time Wow, just wow The characters felt like real people to me and the way they interacted with each other touched me so incredibly deeply Piercy paints a portrait of love, sexuality, and womanhood that is so real and human and moving.