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Susan Glaspell: Ephemera

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Ephemera - Biography - Glaspell, Susan

Ephemera – Biography – Glaspell, Susan

“’Allison’s House’ Iowa born Susan Glaspell’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama of 1930”. Des Moines Register and Tribune. 1931. Print. (clipping)

“A jury of her peers by Susan Glaspell”. An Anthology of Famous American Stories. Ed. Angus Burrell and Bennett Cerf. 816-834. Print.

“Glaspell, Susan. July 1, 1882 –“.  Twentieth Century Authors. 1942. 541. Print.

“Miss Glaspell dies; Pulitzer Prize winner”. Des Moines Tribune. 27 Jul 1948. Print.

“Susan Glaspell is leading spirit of a little theater”. Des Moines Register. 26 Sep 1920. Print.

“Susan Glaspell’s rites are Friday”. Des Moines Tribune. 28 Jul 1948. Print.

“Susan Glaspell”. Iowa Women’s Hall of Fame. 1976. Print (flier)

“Susan Glaspell”. Iowans in Ink. Iowa City Press, 18 Mar 1935. Print.

Andrews, Clarence and Noe, Marcia. “Susan Glaspell of Davenport”. The Iowan. Sum 1977. Print.

Andrews, Clarence. A literary history of Iowa. Iowa Press, 1972. Print.

Bach, Gerhard. “Susan Glaspell: mapping the domains of critical revision”. Oct 1991. Print.

Crawford, Bartholomew. “Susan Glaspell”. The Palimpsest. 517-521. Print.

Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays. Ed. Frank Shay. Stewart & Kid: 1920. Print.

Twentieth Century Authors. Ed. Stanley J. Kunitz. Wilson: 1955. 369. Print

Warfel, Harry. American Novelists of Today. 174-5. Print.