TITLE

Susan Glaspell

AUTHOR(S)
Noe, Marcia; Monnig, Emily
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
Iowa Heritage Illustrated;Spring/Summer2008, Vol. 89 Issue 1/2, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a profile of journalist and Pulitzer prize winning author Susan Keating Glaspell. She attended Drake University and worked as a reporter for the "Des Moines Daily News." She had an extramarital affair with author George Cram Cook, whom she married in 1913. The couple founded the Provincetown Players which performed Glaspell's plays "Trifles," "Inheritors," and "The Verge." Glaspell won the Pulitzer prize for her play "Alison's House."
ACCESSION #
41774551

 

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