Sparkling with humor and insight, this brilliant autobiography, published in 1938, reads as if it were written yesterday. "Here is her dramatic story, told with wit and humor and compassion, intensity and pride, and always with brilliant reporting." (The New York Times) Edna Ferber began her writing career as a newspaper reporter in Chicago and Milwaukee. She was catapulted into the "literary hall of fame" in 1924 when her book ICE PALACE was awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
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