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Marjorie Benton Cooke (1876–1920)

Novelist and playwright, Marjorie Benton Cooke was born on 27 November, 1876, in Richmond, Indiana. She was the daughter of Joseph H. and Jessie Benton Cooke. Her father was a salesman and had once served as treasurer for the city of Richmond. Marjorie attended preparatory schools in Detroit and Chicago before entering the University of Chicago. ... See full bio »


(age 43) in Manila, Philippines

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Married? Writer
Her Husband's Friend
The Love Call
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 1926 Married? (story)
 1921 The Mad Marriage (novel "Cinderella Jane")
 1920 The Little 'Fraid Lady (novel "The Girl Who Lived in the Woods")
 1920 Her Husband's Friend (novel "The Incubus")
 1919 The Love Call (story)
 1917 Cupid's Touchdown (Short) (scenario)
 1913 The Story of Lavinia (Short) (story)
 1912 Her Educator (Short) (story)

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Novel: "The Girl Who Lived in the Woods" (filmed as The Little 'Fraid Lady (1920)) See more »

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