An American author of southern-themed fiction, she actually is most widely known on her behalf Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, WITH THIS Our Life (1941). Her additional works are the Romance of an ordinary Guy (1909) and Virginia (1913). She analyzed philosophy, politics theory, and Western and British books. Early in her existence, she became a devotee from the women’s suffrage motion. She released a 1954 autobiography entitled THE GIRL Within. She was created and elevated in Richmond, Virginia. She was involved double, but she by no means married. Her book, The Steering wheel of Existence, was likened towards the literary function of Edith Wharton.
|1||Won the 1942 Pulitzer Prize for her last novel "In This Our Life".|
|2||Left the bulk of her estate to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.|
|Ghosts||1995||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|Star Stage||1956||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|Studio One in Hollywood||1949-1952||TV Series story - 2 episodes|
|In This Our Life||1942||novel "In This Our Life"|
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|1||On writing: I supposed I am a born novelist, for the things I imagine are more vital and vivid to me than the things I remember.|
|2||On personal power: I'm not going to lie down and let trouble walk over me.|
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