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  • Zoë Akins - Wikipedia

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    Biography Early years. Zoë Byrd Akins was born in Humansville, Missouri, second of three children of Thomas Jasper and Sarah Elizabeth Green Akins.

  • Zoë Akins Biography - eNotes.com

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    Zoë Akins (AY-kihns) was an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. Her best work treated the challenges and limitations that confronted women, rooted in the ...

  • AAUW Zoë Akins | Columbia (MO) Branch

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    Zoë Akins (1886–1958) Zoë Akins was a popular and successful playwright from Missouri. She wrote professionally for over fifty years and won the Pulitzer Prize ...

  • Zoë Akins - iz Quotes

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    Zoë Akins. Born: October 30, 1886. Died: October 29, 1958 (aged 71) Occupation: playwright, screenwriter, novelist, poet. Bio: Zoë Akins was a Pulitzer Prize ...

  • Zoë Akins | LGBT Info | Fandom powered by Wikia

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    Biography Edit Early years Edit. Zoë Byrd Akins was born in Humansville, Missouri, second of three children of Thomas Jasper and Sarah Elizabeth Green Akins.

  • Zoe Akins - IMDb

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    Zoe Akins, Writer: How to Marry a Millionaire. Poet, playwright, novelist and screenwriter Zoë Akins was born on the day before Halloween in 1886 in Humansville ...

  • Talk:Zoë Akins - Wikipedia

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    Merge. This (unsourced/uncategorized) material was taken from the Zoe Byrd Akins article which should be merged into this article: J. Van Meter 19:48, 23 October 2008 ...

  • Zoë Akins - Microsoft Store

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    Raised in Missouri, Ms. Akins got her start by submitting poems and short stories to the St. Louis Mirror. She wrote her first Broadway play, The Magical City, in ...

  • Zoë Akins - Samuel French

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    Zoë Akins (October 30, 1886 – October 29, 1958) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright, poet, and author. Her first major dramatic work was Papa, written ...

  • Zoë Akins | Penny's poetry pages Wiki | Fandom powered by ...

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    Life Edit Youth Edit. Akins was born in Humansville, Missouri, the second of three children of Sarah Elizabeth (Green) an Thomas Jasper Akins. Her family was heavily ...

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