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Dodie Smith

(Dorothy Smith)
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Dorothy Gladys 'Dodie' Smith was born in 1896 in Lancashire and she was one of the most successful female dramatists of her generation. Her first novel, I Capture the Castle, was written when she lived in America during the 1940's and marked her crossover debut from playwright to novelist. The novel became an immediate success and was produced as a play in 1954. She has written numerous other novels but is best known today for The Hundred and One Dalmatians, a story for younger readers. The Hundred and One Dalmatians was inspired by Dodie's own Dalmation , Pongo, and became the basis of two Disney Films.

Genres: Children's Fiction
   Service (1932)
   Autumn Crocus (1933)
   Touch Wood (1934)
   Call it A Day (1936)
   Bonnet Over the Windmill (1937)
   Dear Octopus (1938)
   Lovers and Friends (1947)
   Letter from Paris (1954)
   Amateur Means Lover (1962)
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