Leane Zugsmith


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Kentucky-born proletarian author, whose novels include All Victories Are Alike (1929), the story of a newspaper columnist's loss of ideals; Goodbye and Tomorrow (1931), about a romantic spinster who seeks happiness by patronizing artists; Never Enough (1932), a panorama of American life during the 1920s; The Reckoning (1934), the story of a New York slum boy; A Time To Remember (1936), concerned with labor troubles and unionization in a New York department store; and The Summer Soldier (1938), about 20th-century injustices to blacks. Home Is Where You Hang Your Childhood (1937) and Hard Times with Easy Payments (1941) are collections of short stories.

Subjects: Literature.

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