Kentucky author Harriette Simpson Arnow, shown at work in her home in Ann Arbor, Mich., probably in the 1950s, carved out her literary career while tending to her family. "I may be more housewife than writer," she once said in an interview.
Kentucky author Harriette Simpson Arnow, shown at work in her home in Ann Arbor, Mich., probably in the 1950s, carved out her literary career while tending to her family. "I may be more housewife than writer," she once said in an interview.
Kentucky author Harriette Simpson Arnow, shown at work in her home in Ann Arbor, Mich., probably in the 1950s, carved out her literary career while tending to her family. "I may be more housewife than writer," she once said in an interview.

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