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Octavo, hardcover, Near Fine in near fine price-clipped dj, in mylar. Black cloth. 367 pages. An autobiography by the author of "Back Street". Hurst was the highest-earning fiction writer in the country throughout the 1920s and 1930s. She had an unconventional marriage with musician Jacques Danielson: they lived apart, which she found conducive to her writing career.
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