Born "ordinary, hillbilly, and poor," <strong>Helen Gurley Brown</strong> made her life a monoment to artifice and the belief that any problem could be redeemed by humor and an upbeat ending.

Born &quot;ordinary, hillbilly, and poor,&quot; Helen Gurley Brown made her life a monoment to artifice and the belief that any problem could be redeemed by humor and an upbeat
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Born "ordinary, hillbilly, and poor," Helen Gurley Brown made her life a monoment to artifice and the belief that any problem could be redeemed by humor and an upbeat ending.

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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