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Author: Louise Randall Pierson
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1943.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the early 1900s, women were expected to know their place -- and stay there. Not Louise Randall. She wants a life fully lived. Forty years, two husbands, five children and many adventures later, that's exactly what she got. This is the autobiography of the woman who wrote the screenplay for the movie, Mildred Pierce.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Humor
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pierson, Louise John Randall, 1890-
Roughly speaking.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1943
(OCoLC)701423136
Named Person: Louise Randall Pierson
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Randall Pierson
OCLC Number: 801918
Notes: At head of title: Louise Randall Pierson.
Autobiography.
Description: 332 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Over the bodies of John Adams and John Quincy Adams --
Three coats of white --
I prepare to maintain myself --
Sixty dollars a month --
I file a health certificate --
The Anita --
Branches in Moscow and St. Petersburg --
Armonk, first district to report --
You have to back out of the presence of kings --
I'll give you a nickel if you'll walk --
Fannie Brice and the den of lions --
Hard guy of F Section --
The cruise of the Fidget --
There was no more where that came from --
The Connecticut Yankee , and the Marmola ad --
Everything's going to be different on Cape Cod --
Git along, little dogie --
Take a number from one to ten --
Mr. X, a former clergyman --
Dance of the transcontinental trucks --
Cream of lettuce, a useless sort of soup --
Our gallant leader --
Park here at your own risk! --
O. M. Blodgett, sole owner and prop. --
This is where we came in.
Responsibility: Louise Randall Pierson.

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In the early 1900s, women were expected to know their place -- and stay there. Not Louise Randall. She wants a life fully lived. Forty years, two husbands, five children and many adventures later, that's exactly what she got. This is the autobiography of the woman who wrote the screenplay for the movie, Mildred Pierce.

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