Lit Hub Daily: March 4, 2021
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Lit Hub Daily
March 4, 2021

TODAY: In 1914, Barbara Newhall Follett, child prodigy novelist and author of The House Without Windows, which was published when she was twelve years old, is born. In December 1939, at age 25, Follett walked out of her apartment, never to be seen again.
TODAY: In 1914, Barbara Newhall Follett, child prodigy novelist and author of The House Without Windows, which was published when she was twelve years old, is born. In December 1939, at age 25, Follett walked out of her apartment, never to be seen again.
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