I think of myself as a plain human being who happens to be an American.
I grew up in an agnostic broad-minded family.
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|Birth:||19th June, 1900|
|Death:||28th February, 1986|
Laura Z. Hobson was an American novelist best known for her novel, Gentleman's Agreement. Born Laura Kean Zametkin in New York City, the twin daughter of Jewish socialist immigrants, Michael Zametkin and Adella Kean, she graduated from Cornell University. On July 23, 1930, she married Francis Thayer Hobson, owner of William Morrow and Company. In 1934, she joined the promotional staff of Time, Life, and Fortune.
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