Dorothy Thompson: A legend in her time Marion K. Sanders

ISBN: 9780380000197

Published: 1974

414 pages


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Dorothy Thompson: A legend in her time  by  Marion K. Sanders

Dorothy Thompson: A legend in her time by Marion K. Sanders
1974 | | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 414 pages | ISBN: 9780380000197 | 3.31 Mb

Born in small town upstate New York, Dorothy Thompson became active in the suffragist movement and went on to be a legendary reporter and commentator.She survived a marriage with novelist Sinclair Lewis, with a personality and ego strong enough to make her one of the most influential women of her time, on a par with Eleanor Roosevelt.The book brings the era of the twenties, thirties and forties alive, at least in describing the lofty political and journalistic circles that Thompson rose to and conquered.

At the same time, one gets a sense of how fleeting celebrity is, as the names of bygone authors and political figures flash through this biography.



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