Edna Ferber


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United States novelist

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13) Edna Ferber, A Peculiar Treasure (New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1939), 352-53.
The Edna Ferber Elementary School, 515 East Capitol Drive, built in 1991, is a living memorial to its famous citizen author, and the town's public library houses local newspaper articles by and about her.
7) Edna Ferber, Cimarron (Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co.
Among the regulars at the Algonquin Round Table were writers Dorothy Parker and Edna Ferber, humorist Robert Benchley, New Yorker founder and editor Harold Ross, playwrights George S.
DOWNTOWN STRUT provides a new Edna Ferber mystery and is set in 1927 Manhattan, here Edna is preparing for a Broadway musical centered around her writings.
Meyer's sprawling novel about the Lone Star State has earned comparisons to William Faulkner and John Dos Passos, as well as James Michener, Larry McMurtry, Edna Ferber, and Cormac McCarthy, those other famous chroniclers of the Texas myth.
Renowned author Edna Ferber featured this land run in her acclaimed novel "Cimarron" (1929), which was later made into an Oscar-winning film.
Most of the women will not be familiar to readers outside their state; a few achieved world recognition (Golda Meir and Edna Ferber came from Wisconsin).
This season, the festival is presenting a very similar American comedy, "The Royal Family" by George Kaufman and Edna Ferber.
Characters in the novels of Anzia Yezierska, Edna Ferber, Sidney Nyburg, and Ludwig Lewisohn experiment with cross-cultural romance, but ultimately find that their lasting comfort and happiness depends on another member of their ethnic group who shares their memories, experiences, and challenges.
Jerome Kern's show also confronts the racism prevalent in the southern US states at the time the book by Edna Ferber was written.
William Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors" (February to November); Friedrich Durrenmatt's "The Visit," adapted by Kenneth Albers (February to July); Edna Ferber and George S.
17 at the White House and will celebrate the life and works of Willa Cather, Edna Ferber and Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Adams, Haywood Broun and Edna Ferber, among a host of others.
Behind the scenes: Screenplay by Fred Guiol and Ivan Moffat from the novel by Edna Ferber.