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Brief author info: Edna Ferber (1885-1968) American prolific novelist, short story writer, and playwright; born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Most famous fiction works are So Big, which won Pulitzer Prize; Show Boat, basis of musical play and film by same title; Cimarron; and Saratoga Trunk. With George S. Kaufman, wrote such popular plays as Dinner at Eight and Stage Door.
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I want you to realize that this whole thing is just a grand adventure. A fine show. The trick is to play in it and look at it at the same time.
All the difference in the world between the movies and the thrill I get out of a play at the theater. Ay, yes! Like fooling around with paper dolls when you could be playing with a real live baby.
But almost any place is Baghdad if you don't know what will happen in it.
There is an interesting resemblance in the speeches of dictators, no matter what country they may hail from or what language they may speak.
About mistakes it's funny. You got to make your own; and not only that, if you try to keep people from making theirs they get mad.
The very rich and the very social are, often, the very stuffy.
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