Anne Roiphe


Biography of Anne Roiphe

Anne Roiphe (born December 25, 1935) is an American writer and journalist. She is best known as a first-generation feminist, and author of the novel Up The Sandbox (1970), which was filmed as a starring vehicle for Barbra Streisand in 1972. In 1996, Salon called the book "a feminist classic."

Roiphe was born and raised in New York City. She graduated from the Brearley School in 1953, and received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in 1957.

Anne Roiphe's Works:

Digging Out (1967)
Up The Sandbox (1970)
Long Division (1972)
Torch Song (1977)
Loving Kindness (1987)
If You Knew Me (1993)
The Pursuit of Happiness (1991)
Secrets of the City (2003)
An Imperfect Lens (2006)
Generation Without Memory: A Jewish Journey Through Christian America (1981)
Your Child's Mind: The Complete Book of Infant and Child Mental Health Care (co-authored with Dr. Herman Roiphe) (1985)
A Season For Healing, Reflections on the Holocaust (1988)
A Mother's Eye: Motherhood and Feminism (1997)
Married: A fine Predicament (2002)
Water from the Well: Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, and Leah (2006)
Fruitful: A Memoir of Modern Motherhood (1996)
1185 Park Avenue, A Memoir (2000)
Epilogue: A Memoir (2008)
Art and Madness: A Memoir of Lust Without Reason (2011)

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