A Weave of Women

TitleA Weave of Women
Year for Search1978
AuthorsBroner, E[sther] M[asserman](1927-2011)
Tertiary AuthorsBroner, E. M.
Date Published1978
PublisherHolt, Rinehart and Winston
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

A feminist novel about a group of women who call themselves the Daughters of Jerusalem and the community they create among themselves in a house in Jerusalem where they regularly get together.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985 with an “Introduction” by Marilyn French (ix-xv). Parts originally published as “The Bird and the Thieves.” Epoch 22.2 (Winter 1973): 160-176; “Habibi.” Florida Quarterly 6.1 (Spring 1974): 11-32; “On the Mt. of Meron.” Story Quarterly 1.1 (1975): 85-97.

Holding Institutions

DLC, PSt

Author Note

Female author (1927-2011). Her birth year is often given erroneously as 1930.

Full Text

1978 Broner, E[sther] M[asserman] (1927-2011). A Weave of Women. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Rpt. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985 with an “Introduction” by Marilyn French (ix-xv). Parts originally published as “The Bird and the Thieves.” Epoch 22.2 (Winter 1973): 160-176; “Habibi.” Florida Quarterly 6.1 (Spring 1974): 11-32; “On the Mt. of Meron.” Story Quarterly 1.1 (1975): 85-97. DLC, PSt

A feminist novel about a group of women who call themselves the Daughters of Jerusalem and the community they create among themselves in a house in Jerusalem where they regularly get together. Female author.