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Dinah, Willie, and Susan have long outlived the scandal associated with their ten-year-old menage-a-trois. Dinah, an avante-garde composer, treasures her independence. Yet it takes Willie's kindness and Susan's fire to sustain her. Willie is a left-wing sculptor in a right-wing age. And Susan, his wife, is a fabric designer who craves glamour, wealth, and the attentions of Dinah, Willie, and Susan have long outlived the scandal associated with their ten-year-old menage-a-trois. Dinah, an avante-garde composer, treasures her independence. Yet it takes Willie's kindness and Susan's fire to sustain her. Willie is a left-wing sculptor in a right-wing age. And Susan, his wife, is a fabric designer who craves glamour, wealth, and the attentions of the summer people who visit Cape Cod every year. Then one summer, the balance shifts. Passions are tested, honesty forsaken, and the trio must face the changes brought by their beautiful visitors . . .


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Dinah, Willie, and Susan have long outlived the scandal associated with their ten-year-old menage-a-trois. Dinah, an avante-garde composer, treasures her independence. Yet it takes Willie's kindness and Susan's fire to sustain her. Willie is a left-wing sculptor in a right-wing age. And Susan, his wife, is a fabric designer who craves glamour, wealth, and the attentions of Dinah, Willie, and Susan have long outlived the scandal associated with their ten-year-old menage-a-trois. Dinah, an avante-garde composer, treasures her independence. Yet it takes Willie's kindness and Susan's fire to sustain her. Willie is a left-wing sculptor in a right-wing age. And Susan, his wife, is a fabric designer who craves glamour, wealth, and the attentions of the summer people who visit Cape Cod every year. Then one summer, the balance shifts. Passions are tested, honesty forsaken, and the trio must face the changes brought by their beautiful visitors . . .

30 review for Summer People

  1. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Zapata

    This is a story of relationships. And of people who are stumbling along like many of us do, wanting everything for ourselves without always thinking about the needs or desires of the person closest to us, sometimes without even knowing that person the way we think we do. Susan is a fabric designer who is married to Willie, a sculptor. They have two adult children, Jimmy and Siobhan, who calls herself Johnny. Susan and Willie have a mutual love in Dinah, a composer who lives next door in a house s This is a story of relationships. And of people who are stumbling along like many of us do, wanting everything for ourselves without always thinking about the needs or desires of the person closest to us, sometimes without even knowing that person the way we think we do. Susan is a fabric designer who is married to Willie, a sculptor. They have two adult children, Jimmy and Siobhan, who calls herself Johnny. Susan and Willie have a mutual love in Dinah, a composer who lives next door in a house she and her husband Mark lived in while he died of cancer. The story begins ten years after that time, ten years into a menage-a-trois that scandalized their small community at its early stages, but has by now become accepted. But is the relationship as strong and stable as a triangle is touted to be? What happens one summer when the rich people who own the big houses across the pond show up for their vacations? Will the triangle maintain its strength or will it collapse? Each chapter is told from the point of view of a different character, a style I usually find annoying but in this case it helps, because we see how each character experiences the same event differently, and we get to know each person better every time they are the focus of a chapter. We meet the summer people, Tyrone and his daughter Laurie in one house across the pond, Alec and his wife Candida in the other. The drama develops as everyone interacts one summer at a time when each side of the triangle seems to be at a point in life where they are questioning what they actually want...and yet, like so many of us, they spend time misinterpreting actions and words, each person deciding his or her own Why of this or that event without actually talking to anyone else. This made them all seem self-centered, and showed that even after ten years together they did not really know each other at all. The characters seemed quite real: Susan was moody and yearned for a life of glamour and ease like the summer people had. She was the worst for creating scenarios that did not fit reality. Willie was a virile man, but he had a flaccid personality, preferring to patiently wait out any upsetting episodes. He annoyed me the most; I wanted to shake him more than once. Dinah was my favorite, throughout the book she was the most mature, even with her faults. She was also for me the most interesting, since I got a glimpse into what goes on in the mind of a composer while she creates her music.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    The first thing I noticed about this book was how much it engrossed me in its story from the first chapter, probably even the first page. Piercy brings the idyllic existence of Willie, Susan and Dinah on Cape Cod to life immediately, not only through vivid descriptions of the landscape but also by plunging you straight into the heart of their unique "menage a trois" relationship. I've been a fan of Piercy since Woman on the Edge of Time completely blew me away when I was 18 (and then again in my The first thing I noticed about this book was how much it engrossed me in its story from the first chapter, probably even the first page. Piercy brings the idyllic existence of Willie, Susan and Dinah on Cape Cod to life immediately, not only through vivid descriptions of the landscape but also by plunging you straight into the heart of their unique "menage a trois" relationship. I've been a fan of Piercy since Woman on the Edge of Time completely blew me away when I was 18 (and then again in my mid-twenties). Following that with He, She & It, another novel which stands out for its depth and originality, I'm now always on the look out for Piercy in my regular prowling of charity shop bookshelves. I enjoyed reading Summer People, I enjoyed it a great deal. I think I've taken more baths in the last fortnight than the rest of the year combined, purely to lie for an hour and soak up this book. I found it different to the previous two though, mostly in the characterisation. It's a testament to her writing how much I loved reading a story told from the perspectives of such inherently selfish people! I think the POV chapters helped a great deal there - if it had been entirely from Susan's viewpoint I doubt I'd have liked it. In some ways it was like watching a soap opera - sitting back and watching smugly as the characters' poor decisions come back to bite them in the arse. (view spoiler)[The only part I took issue with was Susan's death, which seemed both jarringly sudden and wholly predictable at the same time. I would much rather have seen her face the music of her egotistical attitude - she was definitely the most selfish character and her behaviour for the last half of the book, particularly towards Dinah, is just downright nasty. I was really looking forward to her facing some harsh truths - that Tyrone was fake as fuck and that she's made a huge mistake turfing Dinah out of their threesome. But then she just drowned. (hide spoiler)] All in all, a good, immersive and well constructed novel. Piercy for the win.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Marge Piercy is undoubtedly a very talented and interesting writer, as evidenced by Woman on the Edge of Time, City of Darkness, City of Light, and The High Cost of Living. ‘Summer People’ was less to my taste, however. I was intrigued by the central unconventional romantic relationship between three, then disappointed by somewhat soap operatic events that unfolded. To be fair, Piercy does sustain the five-way split in perspective impressively well throughout. The writing is good and the charact Marge Piercy is undoubtedly a very talented and interesting writer, as evidenced by Woman on the Edge of Time, City of Darkness, City of Light, and The High Cost of Living. ‘Summer People’ was less to my taste, however. I was intrigued by the central unconventional romantic relationship between three, then disappointed by somewhat soap operatic events that unfolded. To be fair, Piercy does sustain the five-way split in perspective impressively well throughout. The writing is good and the characters convincing. The problem was, I viscerally disliked several of those narrating and found their goings-on annoying quite a lot of the time. More detailed discussion necessitates spoilers. (view spoiler)[I was disappointed that the decade-long three-way relationship collapses so early on in the book, resulting in a tedious return to heteronormativity. And I’m not very keen on stories about jealousy, infidelity, and family discord. Such themes have been gone over so many times by so many novelists, as well being constant occurrences in TV and films, so original twists are rare. Moreover, this focus on strife makes the novel depressing and paints the characters in a pretty bad light. The tragic death of Susan towards the end rather surprised me as, again, it seemed overblown and reminiscent of a TV drama. (hide spoiler)] Thus Piercy writes with subtlety, but there isn’t a lot of it in the plot. ‘Summer People’ has some moments of great insight, for example about septic tanks as small talk, and the characters, including the awful Tyrone and his spoiled daughter, certainly come to life. Nonetheless, I was not especially engaged and wished the characters would resolve their drama.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I've read this book several times before and thing that always strikes me is the incredibly well-developed characters. They seem so real to me and I can easily relate them to people I know or something I see in myself. A great book! I've read this book several times before and thing that always strikes me is the incredibly well-developed characters. They seem so real to me and I can easily relate them to people I know or something I see in myself. A great book!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Phil

    Love Marge Piercy. A long standing menage a' trois is busted up by drama and tragedy. Our heroine shifts into a more traditional relationship and there is a happy ending. Still, this took balls to write and I was pleased with the results. Love Marge Piercy. A long standing menage a' trois is busted up by drama and tragedy. Our heroine shifts into a more traditional relationship and there is a happy ending. Still, this took balls to write and I was pleased with the results.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Greaves

    I found this book hard to leave alone. It's another re-read, and I'm pretty sure I enjoyed it more this time round. It's given me an urge to listen to more classical music. I found this book hard to leave alone. It's another re-read, and I'm pretty sure I enjoyed it more this time round. It's given me an urge to listen to more classical music.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    I am a fan of Marge Piercy--her poetry and her present-day novels. I read Gone to Soldiers, her WWII opus, and liked it, but didn't care for City of Darkness, City of Light, which is about the French Revolution. Having said that, Summer People is one of my favorites of hers. As a former resident of Massachusetts and visitor to the Cape, where this book is set, I thoroughly enjoy her description of place. The characters, as well, particularly the women, Dinah and Susan, are, I feel, developed thor I am a fan of Marge Piercy--her poetry and her present-day novels. I read Gone to Soldiers, her WWII opus, and liked it, but didn't care for City of Darkness, City of Light, which is about the French Revolution. Having said that, Summer People is one of my favorites of hers. As a former resident of Massachusetts and visitor to the Cape, where this book is set, I thoroughly enjoy her description of place. The characters, as well, particularly the women, Dinah and Susan, are, I feel, developed thoroughly.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thought this book was fabulous. I was thoroughly drawn in by all the characters, their struggles with one another, their intimate experiences. Marge Piercy's writing in this book is fluid and the every character, even the minor ones, come alive. As if that weren't enough, the story is compelling - building a picture of a three-way intimate relationship that seems so solid at the beginning, falls apart when one of them dies and yet people pick up the pieces. I thought this book was fabulous. I was thoroughly drawn in by all the characters, their struggles with one another, their intimate experiences. Marge Piercy's writing in this book is fluid and the every character, even the minor ones, come alive. As if that weren't enough, the story is compelling - building a picture of a three-way intimate relationship that seems so solid at the beginning, falls apart when one of them dies and yet people pick up the pieces.

  9. 4 out of 5

    HeavyReader

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Piercy is a fabulous writer who takes the reader through the messy and beautiful relationships of a handful of characters connected by the small Cape Cod town in which they live. I especially appreciated the way that chapters were told from the point of view of different characters. I don't feel like I am doing this book justice, but trust me, this book is excellent and well worth reading. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Piercy is a fabulous writer who takes the reader through the messy and beautiful relationships of a handful of characters connected by the small Cape Cod town in which they live. I especially appreciated the way that chapters were told from the point of view of different characters. I don't feel like I am doing this book justice, but trust me, this book is excellent and well worth reading.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Very interesting book about a long-term threesome couple.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I have been reading Marge Piercy's books since I was in college. She is a complicated author. She started out with science fiction, and then branched into plain fiction with a leftist political bent, and unusual sexual groupings. Summer People is about a threesome, Willie, a sculptor and carpenter, Dinah, a composer, and Susan, a fabric designer. They live as a family on Cape Code. for ten years, they have lived together in two houses on a pond, seen Susan and Willie's children through adolescen I have been reading Marge Piercy's books since I was in college. She is a complicated author. She started out with science fiction, and then branched into plain fiction with a leftist political bent, and unusual sexual groupings. Summer People is about a threesome, Willie, a sculptor and carpenter, Dinah, a composer, and Susan, a fabric designer. They live as a family on Cape Code. for ten years, they have lived together in two houses on a pond, seen Susan and Willie's children through adolescence and into adulthood, and been happy. Also living on the pond part time is Tyrone, a multi-millionaire who flies around the world making deals and more money. Susan is dazzled by Tyrone's possessions, his drive, his apartment in new York, even his daughter Laurie, who confided in Susan when she was a teenager. Willie and Dinah see Tyrone as irrelevant to their lives. He is one of the "summer people," the wealthy types who drive up real estate prices, build huge, ugly houses and eventually go home in the fall, leaving the year round residents of the Cape to get on with their lives. As Tyrone becomes more attractive in \Susan's eyes, she tries to insinuate herself with him by doing "favors." Dinah and Willie see the favors as unpaid labor. One of the favors almost leads to Susan's death, as she agrees to check on Tyrone's house during a blizzard. A tree falls on her truck. Luckily, Dinah and Willie become worried, and go to find her. They cut away the tree and pry Susan out of the truck. Dinah, particularly, is enraged by her decision to drive out in a howling snowstorm at the whim of a person who is not really a friend, but a casual acquaintance. Dinah rages at Susan, and Susan throws her out of the family. How the three of them and subsidiary characters such as Tyrones insecure daughter Laurie and Susan and Willie's son, Jimmy, and Itzak Raab, an internationally famous flautist, for whom Dinah has written a piece of music, deal with the breakup of the family is the subject of Summer People.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary Cassidy

    Much of this novel was enjoyable, especially exploring the inner life of artists and musicians, the relationship between the year round people of a town on Cape Cod and the summer people, and the complexities of gender relationships. It is told from multiple points of view, which leads me to my one major problem with the work as a whole. Usually seeing things through someone’s point of view creates some sympathy for that person (which is why, in my opinion, Hemingway told “The Short Happy Life o Much of this novel was enjoyable, especially exploring the inner life of artists and musicians, the relationship between the year round people of a town on Cape Cod and the summer people, and the complexities of gender relationships. It is told from multiple points of view, which leads me to my one major problem with the work as a whole. Usually seeing things through someone’s point of view creates some sympathy for that person (which is why, in my opinion, Hemingway told “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber” from every point of view, even the lion’s, except for Mrs. Macomber). But of the three central characters in this novel, two were sympathetic if at times misguided (aren’t we all?), and one made me feel Piercy was getting back at someone in her life. I found myself getting very irritated with the other two who insisted on seeing her as special without her attraction, other than physical, being shown either in her actions or in her thoughts which were the pinnacle of self-delusion as well as self-centeredness. Also, we could have lost fifty pages without losing much, just through careful editing. But I enjoyed much of it and feel it does deserve the four stars.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    I have yet to read a novel by Marge Piercy that I failed to thoroughly enjoy. Her stories are so character-driven. I loved the composer, Dinah Adler, in this story— how she took nourishment from nature around her Cape Cod home and from her adopted family next door, but still yearned for a deeper and more musical family life. I liked that her intimate relationships surprised her, in the ways they made her change and grow. I liked her music, the way Piercy portrayed Dinah’s compositional flow, thr I have yet to read a novel by Marge Piercy that I failed to thoroughly enjoy. Her stories are so character-driven. I loved the composer, Dinah Adler, in this story— how she took nourishment from nature around her Cape Cod home and from her adopted family next door, but still yearned for a deeper and more musical family life. I liked that her intimate relationships surprised her, in the ways they made her change and grow. I liked her music, the way Piercy portrayed Dinah’s compositional flow, through rhythms and timbres, melody and counterpoint (she writes several pieces of chamber music as well as orchestral & choral works). The description alone made me “hear” it! Very satisfying.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    Through the perspectives of Dinah, Willie, Susan, and Laurie the reader gets inside the interconnected lives of these four people, each of whom has different artistic talents and hopes. The story is about love, professional attainment, loss, and discovery. Set at Cape Cod, the participants in this novel are convincingly presented by author Marge Piercy, in a work that flows easily and leaves the reader to decide whether decisions made by the characters are "good" or "bad" and in what context tha Through the perspectives of Dinah, Willie, Susan, and Laurie the reader gets inside the interconnected lives of these four people, each of whom has different artistic talents and hopes. The story is about love, professional attainment, loss, and discovery. Set at Cape Cod, the participants in this novel are convincingly presented by author Marge Piercy, in a work that flows easily and leaves the reader to decide whether decisions made by the characters are "good" or "bad" and in what context that judgement is made. You can also determine for yourself whether the ending weakened the story or enforced it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Roaleen

    I've always !oved Marge Piercy! I read several of her book when I was a fledgling, but rabid, feminist as an undergrad back in the 1970's. There is no one who does character development like she does. This book is not an exception. Each character is three dimensional and the book sings with real people with real life issues. I was enamored from page 1. I'm not into being a spoiler by discussing story lines. All I can say is that this is a damn good read and I'd recommend it to anyone. I've always !oved Marge Piercy! I read several of her book when I was a fledgling, but rabid, feminist as an undergrad back in the 1970's. There is no one who does character development like she does. This book is not an exception. Each character is three dimensional and the book sings with real people with real life issues. I was enamored from page 1. I'm not into being a spoiler by discussing story lines. All I can say is that this is a damn good read and I'd recommend it to anyone.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carole Sullivan

    I Really liked this book and Marge Piercy is a keeper. The menage a trots is at the core of the novel, and some of the sex while not graphic, is evocative and sensuous, but the book is about people and how we live together. I really disliked Susan and loved Dinah. But I won't spoil it! Piercy is known as a feminist and she explores a lot of protoypical women in this book. I'm not doing the book justice. Modern musical composition is elucidated quite well. I Really liked this book and Marge Piercy is a keeper. The menage a trots is at the core of the novel, and some of the sex while not graphic, is evocative and sensuous, but the book is about people and how we live together. I really disliked Susan and loved Dinah. But I won't spoil it! Piercy is known as a feminist and she explores a lot of protoypical women in this book. I'm not doing the book justice. Modern musical composition is elucidated quite well.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Simon

    It is a while since I read this book but I remember chiselling my way through it while commuting into London, two hours each way. As ever, intelligent and interesting a read, it did reward the effort. Not one I have a yen to come back to, to be honest.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Claire Beach

    Great beach read with a little more substance

  19. 5 out of 5

    Darby

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Susan and Willie are a husband a wife that live on the Cape with a little house next to theirs that houses their long time lover Dinah. Every summer the Cape is invaded by wealthy neighbors and Susan longs to be one of them. She ends up obsessed with her neighbor and in the course of that rifts happen to upset there long time comfortable relationship. I am a fan of Marge Piercy. I have enjoyed her poetry and several books. For me, her books really are written in such a way that I can feel and se Susan and Willie are a husband a wife that live on the Cape with a little house next to theirs that houses their long time lover Dinah. Every summer the Cape is invaded by wealthy neighbors and Susan longs to be one of them. She ends up obsessed with her neighbor and in the course of that rifts happen to upset there long time comfortable relationship. I am a fan of Marge Piercy. I have enjoyed her poetry and several books. For me, her books really are written in such a way that I can feel and see what is going on very clearly. They make me yearn to actually have been there after I look up from the book. I was wanted to know Dinah, Willie and Susan. I wanted to shake Susan to actually see Tyrone for what he was - a snob who used her. I wanted to tell Jimmy that how he is in his relationships isn't healthy. But what I loved most was the development of the characters and the descriptions of the relationship between Dinah, Willie and Susan pre-rift.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Galen Johnson

    Dinah, a composer, lives in a house by a pond on Cape Cod next door to her lovers, a married couple, Willie and Susan. Over the course of a year, Susan’s obsession with a wealthy man across the pond leads to a rift between Dinah and the couple, leading to her affair with a flutist for whom she is composing. The small community around the pond leads to an intensity of feelings unusual in a community. Well-written, but the characters are difficult to completely relate to despite some of their unive Dinah, a composer, lives in a house by a pond on Cape Cod next door to her lovers, a married couple, Willie and Susan. Over the course of a year, Susan’s obsession with a wealthy man across the pond leads to a rift between Dinah and the couple, leading to her affair with a flutist for whom she is composing. The small community around the pond leads to an intensity of feelings unusual in a community. Well-written, but the characters are difficult to completely relate to despite some of their universal characteristics. Not recommended, maybe better for older readers?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Claire S

    I really liked this, it's another of my favorites of hers. The descriptions of some of the interactions are so immediate and real, they still stay with me. Like when there is news the she wants to tell her partner, but she wants to do it privately, and he keeps saying (in a room with people around): "Just tell me!" There's struggle and conflict, but also a certain pervading quiet joy that is very reassuring. I really liked this, it's another of my favorites of hers. The descriptions of some of the interactions are so immediate and real, they still stay with me. Like when there is news the she wants to tell her partner, but she wants to do it privately, and he keeps saying (in a room with people around): "Just tell me!" There's struggle and conflict, but also a certain pervading quiet joy that is very reassuring.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Martin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was well-done in some ways, but depressing, and frustrating because when the polyamorous triad falls apart, it has the feeling of something inevitable. Piercy knows about complex relationships. If she wanted to write a tragedy this time, OK, but it seems she could just as well have written something both honest and hopeful, and I would have liked that a lot better.

  23. 4 out of 5

    gaudeo

    This book was a little hard to get into, because I felt like Piercy was doing more telling than showing--not to mention the threesome that lies at the heart of the book. But the characters did grow on me, and I cared about what happened to them. I think Piercy is by far a better poet than novelist, but I thoroughly enjoyed Gone to Soldiers, and this book was enjoyable as well.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    I love Piercy's poetry. So I decided to sit down and read a novel of hers. I am not disappointed. She not only keeps me enthralled in her lyrical feminist poetry, but grabbed me in her prose, wrapped me in her characters arms and wouldn't let go. Some characters you want to slap and others you want to cradle. Fantastic book. Even if I did struggle with the threesome bit of a relationship. I love Piercy's poetry. So I decided to sit down and read a novel of hers. I am not disappointed. She not only keeps me enthralled in her lyrical feminist poetry, but grabbed me in her prose, wrapped me in her characters arms and wouldn't let go. Some characters you want to slap and others you want to cradle. Fantastic book. Even if I did struggle with the threesome bit of a relationship.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Krissy

    I really enjoyed this book, and had a hard time putting it down. While Piercy's writing style occasionally seemed forced, or a bit too cliche, the characters more than made up for it. The conflicts, intimacies, and care between them seemed completely real and overwhelmingly made up for any shortcomings. I really enjoyed this book, and had a hard time putting it down. While Piercy's writing style occasionally seemed forced, or a bit too cliche, the characters more than made up for it. The conflicts, intimacies, and care between them seemed completely real and overwhelmingly made up for any shortcomings.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    i didn't like this one as much bc it is not nearly as political as some of her other books. but it's still an enticing story that explores sexuality, relationships and issues of class and the environment. i didn't like this one as much bc it is not nearly as political as some of her other books. but it's still an enticing story that explores sexuality, relationships and issues of class and the environment.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    I stumbled upon Piercy in San Francisco (she was right next to Penman). I started with Gone to Soldiers, and then moved on to this one. She is an excellent writer, I just didn't really care for the situation in this book. The descriptions of Cape Cod really brought the area to mind, though. I stumbled upon Piercy in San Francisco (she was right next to Penman). I started with Gone to Soldiers, and then moved on to this one. She is an excellent writer, I just didn't really care for the situation in this book. The descriptions of Cape Cod really brought the area to mind, though.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    If you've never read Marge Piercy, now is the time to start. Her characters are fresh and superbly developed. If you've never read Marge Piercy, now is the time to start. Her characters are fresh and superbly developed.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    I'm admitting defeat. This book isn't getting finished this go around. Try as I might, I can not finish a book by this author! I'm admitting defeat. This book isn't getting finished this go around. Try as I might, I can not finish a book by this author!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    entertaining read. This was my bedtime reading for the last month or so. It wasn't as good as Piercy's "Woman on the Edge of Time" but it was still fun. entertaining read. This was my bedtime reading for the last month or so. It wasn't as good as Piercy's "Woman on the Edge of Time" but it was still fun.

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