The poet Alice Duer died at the age of 68. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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American poet, writer, and suffragist remembered for Forsaking All Others, The White Cliffs, and Are Women People? Her 1916 novel, Come Out of the Kitchen, was made into both a play and a film.
She married Henry Wise Miller in 1899 and lived with him and their young son in Costa Rica for a time before returning to New York in 1903.
I was not out to paint beautiful pictures; even painting good pictures was not important to me. I wanted only to help the truth burst forth.
When a woman like that whom I’ve seen so much, All of a sudden drops out of touch; Is always busy and never can, Spare you a moment, it means a man.