A Salute to Womanhood: What We Owe to Prominent Ladies of the 1930s


Jackie Jerkins, Literary Editor
January 24, 2012

It’s that time of year again—Academy Award nominations are in, and I spy with my scrutinizing eye four incredibly worthy leading actresses up for the little statue Bette Davis one day so fatefully baptized “Oscar.” (I say four because I am weakly versed in the career of Glenn Close, who is up... Read more »