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Thursday, October 22nd 2020 at 7:05 PM EDT
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Suzanne Dawson and Amy Criscuolo | (917) 282-6742 | Suzanne@downsizemanagers.com
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Subject: Erica Jong Auction
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Erica Jong is an American novelist, satirist, and poet, known particularly for her 1973 novel Fear of Flying. The book became famously controversial for its attitudes towards female sexuality and figured prominently in the development of second-wave feminism. According to The Washington Post, it has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.
She has published 21 books, including eight novels, six volumes of poetry, six books of non-fiction and numerous articles in magazines and newspapers such as the New York Times, the Sunday Times of London, Elle, Vogue, and the New York Times Book Review.
The items in this auction are personal belongings of Erica Jong. For more than 40 years Jong has called her contemporary home in Weston, CT and its tranquil two-acre property “my writing sanctuary.”