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Elinor Glyn

(1864—1943) novelist and screenwriter


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(1864–1943),

author of many sensational and romantic novels, of which the best known is Three Weeks (1907), a succès de scandale, which features illicit passion in Venice on a tiger skin. Adaptations of her works achieved great success in Hollywood during the silent movie era.

Subjects: Literature.


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