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Now Molly Knows, by Merrill Joan Gerber

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Now Molly Knows, by Merrill Joan Gerber

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Now Molly Knows is a novel about a singular girl’s most womanly experience. A novel whose truth crosses the lines of time and sex. A novel of pain beauty and promises. This is a novel about a girl’s sexual discovery in America of the '50s from early teens and high school to college, first experience, and marriage.

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About the Author

Merrill Joan Gerber is a prize-winning novelist and short story writer. Among her novels are The Kingdom of Brooklyn, winner of the Ribalow Award from Hadassah Magazine for “the best English-language book of fiction on a Jewish theme,” Anna in the Afterlife, chosen by the Los Angeles Times as a “Best Novel of 2002” and King of the World, which won the Pushcart Editors’ Book Award. She has written five volumes of short stories. Her stories and essays have appeared in The New YorkerThe AtlanticMademoiselleThe Sewanee ReviewThe Virginia ReviewCommentary,SalmagundiThe American ScholarThe Southwest Review, and elsewhere.

 

ABOUT MERRILL JOAN GERBER

Merrill Joan Gerber is a prize-winning novelist and short story writer. Among her novels are The Kingdom of Brooklyn, winner of the Ribalow Award from Hadassah Magazine for “the best English-language book of fiction on a Jewish theme,” Anna in the Afterlife, chosen by the Los Angeles Times as a “Best Novel of 2002” and King of the World, which won the Pushcart Editors’ Book Award.