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Susan Glaspell

Susan GlaspellAKA Susan Keating Glaspell

Born: 1-Jul-1882
Birthplace: Davenport, IA
Died: 27-Jul-1948
Location of death: Provincetown, MA
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Buried, Snow Cemetery, Truro, MA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Playwright, Novelist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Provincetown Players

With her husband Glaspell co-founded the Provincetown Players, an acting troupe, in 1915, a group instrumental in the success of America's best-known playwright, Eugene O'Neill.

Husband: George Cram Cook (m. 1913, d. 1924)
Husband: Norman H. Matson

    University: Drake University (1899)

    Pulitzer Prize for Drama 1931 for Alison's House
    Des Moines Daily News Reporter (1899-1901)

Author of books:
The Glory of the Conquered (1909, novel)
The Visioning (1911, novel)
Lifted Masks (1912, short stories)
Fidelity (1915, novel)
The Road to the Temple (1927, biography, of her husband Cook)
Brook Evans (1928, novel)
Fugitive's Return (1929, novel)
A Jury of Her Peers (1929, short stories)
Ambrose Holt and Family (1931, novel)
The Morning Is Near Us (1939, novel)
Norman Ashe (1942, novel)
Judd Rankin's Daughter (1945, novel)

Wrote plays:
Suppressed Desires (1915, with Cook)
Trifles (1916)
Close the Book (1917)
A Woman's Hour (1918)
Tickless Time (1919)
Bernice (1919)
Inheritors (1921)
The Verge (1921)
The Comic Artist (1927)
Alison's House (1930)

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