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Lucille Kallen Papers After the Greenfield books, Kallen worked on multiple drafts of a never completed novel titled Sacred Bull.
Lucille Kallen Papers. Lucille Kallen was a prolific writer who helped shape the early direction of American television humor. While she wrote for radio, theater, television, and publication, and served as the only female writer on the staff of the television classic Your Show of Shows, today she is best known as the author of the C. B. Greenfield mystery novels. After the Greenfield books, Kallen worked on multiple drafts of a never completed novel titled Sacred Bull. Her final work in progress during the 1990s, Fannie DeWitt, appears to have been inspired by her hospital experiences while being treated for an illness.
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A Novel (1964) later republished as Gentlemen Prefer Slaves (1973).
1922-05-28)May 28, 1922. A Novel (1964) later republished as Gentlemen Prefer Slaves (1973). Greenfield: The Piano Bird (1984).
Gentlemen prefer slaves. Published 1973 by Cassell in London. Originally published as 'Outside there, somewhere!' New York, Macmillan, 1964.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: The Intimate Diary of a Professional Lady is a 1925 comic novel written by American author Anita Loos. The story primarily follows the escapades and dalliances of a young blonde flapper in New York and Europe during the Roaring Twenties. It is one of several famous novels published that year-including F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and Carl Van Vechten's Firecrackers-which chronicle the hedonistic era known as the Jazz Age.
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