Gladys Hasty Carroll

Gladys Hasty Carroll (June 26, 1904 – April 1, 1999) was an American novelist active from the late 1920s into the 1980s. In her fiction and non-fiction, Carroll wrote about what she knew and people that she loved, especially those in the Southern Maine rural community of Dunnybrook, located in South Berwick, Maine. Carroll believed that the history of common folk mattered most and her works presented their stories.

Carroll's debut novel ''As the Earth Turns'' featured one year on a local family farm. In 1933 it was a blockbuster—released by Macmillan on May 2 with advanced sales of 20,000 and as the Book-of-the-Month Club selection for May. In 1996 it was "read and discussed by informal study groups and in classrooms throughout the state" as part of a Maine Humanities Council project on "the impact of modernism on Maine". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Carroll, Gladys Hasty.
Published 1933
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by Carroll, Gladys Hasty, 1904-
Published 1960
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by Carroll, Gladys (Hasty), Mrs.
Published 1935
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