Around the World in 72 Days: The Race Between Pulitzer's Nellie Bly & Cosmopolitan's Elizabeth Bisland


In 1889-1890, Nellie Bly--a newspaper reporter for Joseph Pulitzer's New York World--raced around the world as a circulation-boosting stunt. In competition, Elizabeth Bisland--journalist for the struggling Cosmopolitan Magazine lost the race but remained the more intriguing personality. Here is a surprising slice of Americana and women making history. (Gemittarius Press)

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