Alice Duer Miller (1874-1942)
Alice Duer Miller was a writer who had written some verses about suffrage for the New York Tribune. The verses were published in a book in 1915 called Are Women People?
In the 1940s, she wrote a novel in verse called The White Cliffs which was a surprising best seller and it was made into a film in 1942 called The White Cliffs of Dover.
Next week I will be featuring a number of her verses, many of which are humorous (we need all the humor we can find these days). Today I'll start with the Introduction:
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Thanks for reminding us about Alice Duer Miller. Here's another post about her: https://www.franbecque.com/alice-duer-miller-ardent-suffragist-and-kappa-kappa-gamma/ReplyDelete