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  • Make Believe ”Others find peace of mind in pretending. Couldn’t you? Couldn’t I?”—from the song “Make Believe,” by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II for the musicalShow BoatIn June 1951, Edna Ferber heads to Hollywood to support an old friend, Max, who has found himself blacklisted in the ... Read Book
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