Virginia Sorensen - I Knew a Woman manuscript
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The collection comprises a corrected typewritten manuscript, which became the first part of the novel published as Many Heavens (Harcourt, Brace, 1954).
- Sorensen, Virginia, 1912-1991 (Person)
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The collection is open and available for use by researchers in the Andersen Library Reading Room.
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Copyright has been retained by the author.
Virginia Eggertsen Sorensen was born in 1912 in Provo, Utah. She became a student journalist during high school and graduated from Brigham Young University in 1934. She married Frederick Sorensen and began a family. Her first book, influenced by her Mormon background, was published in 1942, titled A Little Lower Than the Angels. She began writing books for children, and was awarded the Newbery Medal in 1957 for her book Miracles on Maple Hill. She died in 1991.
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The collection comprises a corrected typewritten manuscript, which became the first part of the novel published as Many Heavens.
Mezz (R80, D4, S1); shared w/#12
- Virginia Sorensen - I Knew a Woman manuscript
- Leslie Czechowski
- November 2004
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