Saturday's Child: A Memoir

Saturday's Child: A Memoir

Robin Morgan
4.3/5 (26 ratings)
Robin Morgan is known as a prize-winning author, a political theorist, and a founder of the contemporary women's movement. But these adult accomplishments eclipsed an earlier fame. "Saturday's child has to work for a living," and Morgan has--since the age of two. She was a tot model, had her own radio show at age four, and was a child star on television, including on the popular series "Mama." Unlike most child actors, she emerged to reinvent a life filled with literary achievement and constructive politics.



Here Morgan tells the whole story--the years as a child so famous she was named "The Ideal American Girl," her fight to become a serious writer, marriage to a fiery bisexual poet, motherhood, lovers , and decades working on civil rights, the radical underground, and global feminism. This is the intensely personal, behind-the-scenes story of her life.
Language
English
Pages
528
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
W. W. Norton Company
Release
November 17, 2000
ISBN
0393050157
ISBN 13
9780393050158

Saturday's Child: A Memoir

Robin Morgan
4.3/5 (26 ratings)
Robin Morgan is known as a prize-winning author, a political theorist, and a founder of the contemporary women's movement. But these adult accomplishments eclipsed an earlier fame. "Saturday's child has to work for a living," and Morgan has--since the age of two. She was a tot model, had her own radio show at age four, and was a child star on television, including on the popular series "Mama." Unlike most child actors, she emerged to reinvent a life filled with literary achievement and constructive politics.



Here Morgan tells the whole story--the years as a child so famous she was named "The Ideal American Girl," her fight to become a serious writer, marriage to a fiery bisexual poet, motherhood, lovers , and decades working on civil rights, the radical underground, and global feminism. This is the intensely personal, behind-the-scenes story of her life.
Language
English
Pages
528
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
W. W. Norton Company
Release
November 17, 2000
ISBN
0393050157
ISBN 13
9780393050158

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