The Women (novel)

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This article is about the novel by T.C. Boyle. For the novel by Charles Bukowski, see Women (novel).
The Women
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First edition
Author T. C. Boyle
Country United States
Language English
Publisher Viking Press
Publication date
February 10, 2009
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 464 pp
ISBN 978-0-670-02041-6
OCLC 233548516
813/.54 22
LC Class PS3552.O932 W66 2009

The Women is a 2009 novel by T. C. Boyle. It is a biographical novel of Frank Lloyd Wright, told through his relationships with four women: the young Montenegrin dancer Olgivanna; Miriam, the morphine-addicted and obsessive Southern belle; Mamah, whose life ended in a massacre at Taliesin, the home Wright built for his lovers and wives; and his first wife, Kitty, the mother of six of his children. [1] (Mamah Borthwick is herself the subject of Nancy Horan's 2008 first novel, Loving Frank.)

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The Women by T. C. Boyle

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