In this age of prose, when men’s hearts turn
point-blank from blank verse to the business of chaining
two worlds by cable and of daring to fly with birds;
when scholars, ever busy ...
Although rarely read today, Fannie Hurst was one of America's most popular, prolific, and well-paid fiction writers of the 1920s and 1930s. The author of eighteen novels in addition to hundreds of sho...