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Who is Susan Glaspell?
Susan Glaspell: Susan Keating Glaspell was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, actress, novelist, and journalist. With her husband George Cram Cook she founded the Provincetown Players, the first modern American theater company. During the Great Depression she served in the Works Progress Administration as Midwest Bureau Director of the Federal Theater Project.
- also known as Susan Keating Glaspell, Susie
- born on (139 years ago) in Davenport, child of Elmer Glaspell and Alice Keating
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, novelist, actor, film director, biographer, poet, journalist, playwright
- died on (67 years ago) in Provincetown of viral pneumonia
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The Century (1909)
Unless Susan Glaspell is an assumed name covering that of some already wellknown author—and the book has qualities so out of the ordinary in American VICTOR MAPES fiction and so individual that this does not seem likely—' The Glory ...
The Dial (1910)
by Marianne Moore
Miss Susan Glaspell is a new writer, and one from whom much may be expected, if it is legitimate to base such a judgment upon a first book. The belief that love sanctifies suffering, and may make the blackest of tragedies seem bearable, finds ...
Women's Studies Encyclopedia (1999)
by Helen Tierney
Zona Gale, Susan Glaspell, and, later, Lillian Hellman continued the tradition of A Man's World with serious problem plays focused on women's situation, building an increasingly forceful portrait of society's destructive pressures. Zona Gale ...
Journalists, Writers and Composers on Their Ways to the Coveted Awards by Heinz Dietrich Fischer, Erika J. Fischer
The following years Susan Glaspell contributed a number of plays ...
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