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Full Name: Francine du Plessix Gray
(1930-2019) Novelist, journalist. Francine du Plessix Gray was born in Warsaw, Poland, immigrated to New York with her mother, and died in Manhattan, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1930 (Unknown) County
Francine du Plessix was born in Warsaw, Poland, on September 25, 1930. 
2005 (Unknown) County
Them: A Memoir Of Parents
(Pub: The Penguin Press HC ISBN: 1594200491 / 978-1594200496)
Memoir, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award. 
1969 (Unknown) County
Divine Disobedience: Profiles In Catholic Radicalism
(Pub: Knopf ISBN: )
1990 (Unknown) County
Soviet Women: Walking The Tightrope
(Pub: Doubleday ISBN: 0385247575 / 978-0385247573)
1976 (Unknown) County
Lovers And Tyrants
(Pub: Simon & Schuster ISBN: 0671223380 / 978-0671223380)
Semi-autobiographical novel. 
1981 (Unknown) County
World Without End
(Pub: Simon and Schuster ISBN: 0671427865 / 978-0671427863)
1985 (Unknown) County
October Blood
(Pub: Simon and Schuster ISBN: 0671555111 / 978-0671555115)
1952 New York County
Mrs. Gray received a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Barnard College in 1952. 
1972 (Unknown) County
Hawaii: the Sugar-Coated Fortress
(Pub: Random House ISBN: 0394479793 / 978-0394479798)
2012 (Unknown) County
The Queen's Lover: A Novel
(Pub: Penguin Press ISBN: 1594203377 / 978-1594203374)
Historical novel. 
1998 (Unknown) County
At Home with the Marquis De Sade: A Life
(Pub: Simon and Schuster ISBN: 9780684800073 / 978-0684800073)
2008 (Unknown) County
Madame de Stael: The First Modern Woman
(Pub: Atlas & Co. ISBN: )
2019 New York County
Francine du Plessix Gray died in Manhattan, New York, on January 13, 2019. 
1940 Monroe County
Ms. Gray lived in Rochester, New York, for about six months, around 1940. 
? New York County
Mrs. Gray lived in Manhattan, New York. 
? New York County
Ms. Gray attended the Spence School in Manhattan, New York. 

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