Fannie Hurst in 1932. Photograph by
Carl Van Vechten.
|Born||October 19, 1885
|Died||February 23, 1968
New York City
|Occupation||novelist, short story writer|
|Notable works||Back Street, Imitation of Life|
|Spouse||Jacques S. Danielson|
Any writer worth the name is always getting into one thing or getting out of another thing.
I'm not happy when I'm writing, but I'm more unhappy when I'm not.
It takes a clever man to turn cynic and a wise man to be clever enough not to.
Few enjoy noisy overcrowded functions. But they are a gesture of goodwill on the part of host or hostess, and also on the part of guests who submit to them.