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Zona Gale

Author Code: AZGL

Born: Aug. 26, 1874 - Portage, Wisconsin, USA

Died: Dec. 27, 1938 - Portage, Wisconsin, USA

Educated at Wayland Academy and the University of Wisconsin, Gale received a degree in literature in 1895. In 1899, she was awarded her Master's degree and embarked on a career in journalism in Milwaukee. She moved to New York and worked for the New York World for some time before deciding to write fiction. In 1906, she published her first novel, Romance Island, which sold very well. In 1908, she created in short stories Friendship Village, a fictional locale loosely based on her home town, which became very popular at the time. In 1912, she returned to her beloved Portage and would live out her life there, continuing to publish up to the time of her death. In 1920, she published Miss Lulu Bett, which she also adapted for the stage. In 1921, the play was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Drama. Gale was also heavily involved in women's rights and was active in the creation of Wisconsin's Equal Rights Law in 1921. Her other works include Friendship Village Love Stories (1909), Mother to Men (1911), Neighborhood Stories (1914), Heart's Kindred (1915), Peace in Friendship Village (1919), Faint Perfume (1923), Preface to Life (1926), Portage, Wisconsin and Other Essays (1928), Papa Le Fleur (1933) and Light Women (1937).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AZGL002 Christmas: A Story 1912 68 388k eBook Download PDF - 'Christmas: A Story' (AZGL002) Find a printed copy of Christmas: A Story by Zona Gale at AbeBooks
AZGL004 Friendship Village
  The Big Wind
  Covers for Seven
  The Debut
  An Epilogue
  The Grandma Ladies
  Herself
  The Hidings of Power
  In the Wilderness A Cedar
  Lonesome - I
  Lonesome - II
  Nobody Sick, Nobody Poor
  "Not As the World Giveth"
  Of the Sky and Some Rosemary
  Put on Thy Beautiful Garments
  The Shadow of Good Things to Come
  The Side Door
  Stock
  The Tea Party
  Top Floor Back
  What is That in Thine Hand?
1908 121 553k eBook Download PDF - 'Friendship Village' (AZGL004) Find a printed copy of Friendship Village by Zona Gale at AbeBooks
AZGL001 Miss Lulu Bett 1920 87 403k eBook Download PDF - 'Miss Lulu Bett' (AZGL001) Find a printed copy of Miss Lulu Bett by Zona Gale at AbeBooks
AZGL003 Romance Island 1906 148 731k eBook Download PDF - 'Romance Island' (AZGL003) Find a printed copy of Romance Island by Zona Gale at AbeBooks

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