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Another Claudia

Another Claudia To her friends Claudia needs no introduction Heroine in two successful novels and chief character in a nationwide radio program Claudia like marriage itself has become one of America s major insti

  • Title: Another Claudia
  • Author: Rose Franken
  • ISBN: 9780708907610
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • To her friends, Claudia needs no introduction Heroine in two successful novels and chief character in a nationwide radio program, Claudia, like marriage itself, has become one of America s major institutions One word of warning if you like whimsey, this is not your dish If you are squeamish, this is not your drink It will not take you long to discover that Claudia canTo her friends, Claudia needs no introduction Heroine in two successful novels and chief character in a nationwide radio program, Claudia, like marriage itself, has become one of America s major institutions One word of warning if you like whimsey, this is not your dish If you are squeamish, this is not your drink It will not take you long to discover that Claudia can never be taken for granted In this book, Claudia grows up and Miss Franken makes a very skillful, interesting, and convincing picture of the process New York Times

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    About "Rose Franken"

    1. Rose Franken

      Rose Dorothy Lewin Franken was born on December 28th 1895, in Gainesville, Texas and was one of the most popular and influential Jewish woman writers of her day She was a celebrated Broadway playwright and director, a Hollywood screenwriter and a popular novelist whose fiction touched a sympathetic chord in American women Franken s work reflects her personal struggle with traditional gender roles and her ambivalence about balancing domestic and career commitments Novelist and short story writer Rose Franken crossed over into the theater with the surprise hit of her play Another Language in 1932 Her sharp eyed observations about the American family gave tang to her domestic dramas Claudia 1941 and The Hallams 1947 Social concerns such as antisemitism, homophobia, sexism, and war fueled her other plays such as Outrageous Fortune 1943 , Doctors Disagree 1943 , and Soldier s Wife 1944.Franken was married to William Brown Meloney who helped bring the Claudia stories to the radio.

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    1. I think it is really quite something to have a novel like this deal with heavy topics. It was well done and telling.




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