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An American author and literary critic, she is known for novels such as The Walsh Girls and The Question of Gregory. Her later work, Daisy Kenyon, was adapted into a popular film.
She matriculated at Swarthmore College but was forced to end her education as a result of the Great Depression. She later received a degree from Barnard College.
A staunch feminist, she published the work, Man’s World, Woman’s Place: A Study of Social Mythology, in the early 1970s.
She married Eliot Janeway, a prominent economist. She signed the contract for her novel, The Walsh Girls, while on the way to the hospital to give birth to her younger son.
Her novel, Daisy Kenyon, was made into a film starring Joan Crawford.
How did Elizabeth Janeway die?
|Cause of death||N/A|
|Age of death||91 years|
|Birthday||October 7, 1913|
|Death date||January 15, 2005|
|Place of death||Rye, New York, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|
As long as mixed grills and combination salads are popular, anthologies will undoubtedly continue in favor.Elizabeth Janeway
Like their personal lives, women’s history is fragmented, interrupted; a shadow history of human beings whose existence has been shaped by the efforts and the demands of others.Elizabeth Janeway
Growing up human is uniquely a matter of social relations rather than biology. What we learn from connections within the family takes the place of instincts that program the behavior of animals; which raises the question, how good are these connections?Elizabeth Janeway