Mary Pickford: Hollywood and the New Woman
Avalon Publishing, 23 feb. 2016 - 192 páginas
This is a brief biography that explores Mary Pickford's life. This book is a part of Westview’s “On the World Stage”series, edited by Bonnie Smith. Each title in the series features brief biographies of figures whose lives serve as a lens onto a major trend, event, movement, or crisis of their eras, and whose stories will be the entry point for a deeper understanding of a particular historical time.
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