BOX IV. 5 – Writings on Dix’s books

Folder 5 of 5

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Book reviews with photo of Dix leaning her head in her hand and looking down. One announcement of her Fables of the Elite coupled with profile photo of Dix in her early forties wearing a large hat.

1. “Did I Do Wrong?” Short book review of her book How to Win and Hold a Husband coupled with comments about Dix’s readings as a young person. TIME, August 14, 1939.


2. “DOROTHY DIX (MRS. ELIZABETH M. GILMER)…is an author whose works are spoken of as ‘terribly clever, don’t you know.’ Her latest volume Fables of the Elite is the most recent contribution to smart slang literature.” Text also in Spanish, ns.,nd.


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