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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 081

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In Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 081, readers are treated to a diverse collection of essays covering a wide range of topics. From personal reflections to thought-provoking commentary on current events, this anthology offers something for every reader.

Each essay is written with skill and insight, drawing readers in from the very first sentence. The writers share their perspectives in a way that is both engaging and thought-provoking, leaving a lasting impression on the reader.

What sets this collection apart is its ability to spark discussion and reflection. The essays cover a variety of themes, giving readers plenty to think about and discuss with others. Whether you're interested in history, politics, or personal storytelling, there's something in this anthology for you.

Overall, Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 081 is a compelling and enriching read. The diverse range of essays and writing styles make for a well-rounded collection that will leave readers wanting more. Highly recommended for anyone looking to explore different perspectives and ideas.

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"There has always been a tendency on the part of men of brains to look with contempt on women's work in the arts." Screenwriter and novelist Anita Loos' acerbic opinion is part of "Women in Film Speak Their Minds .” Ida Tarbell's "Women as Inventors" showcases female accomplishment. Vol. 081 contains commentary on a variety of human concerns: fame ; scandal ; religion ; education ; entrepreneurship ; patriotism ; and books . Technical ingenuity is highlighted in "Pompeian Surgical Instruments" and "Submarines." Local history is the subject of "The French and British at Three Rivers." Two readings about seagulls focus on the natural world. Finally, "Coffee, Tea & Cocoa Recipes" brings quiet comfort to the weary. Summary by Sue Anderson Women in Film Speak Their Minds is a compilation of remarks on "the feminine mind in picture making" by nine 1920's female screenwriters, script builders, and title writers: Mary Pickford, Jane Murfin, Marion Fairfax, Anita Loos, Clara Beranger, Josephine Lovett Robertson, Eve Unsell, June Mathis, and Leah Baird.


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