Much of the tragical lore of the infant mortality,
the malnutrition, and the five-in-a-room morality
of the city’s poor is written in statistics,
and the statistical path to the hea...
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...