Ten days a madwoman : the daring life and turbulent times of the original "girl" reporter, Nellie Bly
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|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 129-130) and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||The gods of Gotham -- More than anyone would believe -- Strange ambition -- You won't get out in a hurry -- Into the madhouse -- She who enters here -- After an item -- Stunts and more stunts -- Around the world -- Sightseeing (and other inconveniences) -- Father time outdone -- Industries of magnitude -- Good fights well fought.|
|Summary, etc.:||Nellie Bly had ambitious goals for a woman at the end of the nineteenth century, when the few female journalists were relegated to writing columns about cleaning or fashion. The journalistic stunt that skyrocketed her to fame was feigning insanity, being committed to the notorious asylum on Blackwell's Island, and writing a shocking exposé of the clinic's horrific treatment of its patients. Discover how the world came to follow her enthralling career in "stunt" journalism that raised awareness of political corruption, poverty, and abuses of human rights.|
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