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Laura Zametkin Hobson (June 19, 1900 – February 28, 1986) was an American writer, best known for her novels Gentleman's Agreement (1947) and Consenting Adult (1975). Laura Kean Zametkin was born on June 19, 1900 in Manhattan, New York City. Raised in Jamaica, Queens, she was the twin daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants Mikhail (Michael) Zametkin (c. 1861-1935) and Adella Kean Zametkin (c. 1863-1931), both of whom were Socialists.
HOBSON, Laura (Keane) Z(ametkin)Born 18 June 1900, New York, New .
HOBSON, Laura (Keane) Z(ametkin)Born 18 June 1900, New York, New York; died 1986Also wrote under: Peter FieldDaughter of Michael and Adella Kean Zametkin; married Thayer Hobson, 1930 (divorced 1935); children: Michael, Christopher Source for information on Hobson, Laura (Keane) Z(ametkin): American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide from Colonial Times to the Present dictionary. Daughter of Michael and Adella Kean Zametkin; married Thayer Hobson, 1930 (divorced 1935); children: Michael, Christopher. Most of Laura Z. Hobson's childhood was spent on Long Island with her mother and father, a Russian émigré.
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Laura Z. Hobson was born Laura Zametkin, the daughter of Jewish. Laura . A Life - Years of Fulfillment (1986). Few twentieth-century American women have led as full and exciting a. life as Hobson
Laura Z. Her father Michael was tortured in a Czarist. life as Hobson. Through her novels, she popularized issues of. anti-Semitism, unwed motherhood and gay rights. Hobson (1900–1986) was an American novelist and short story writer. Hobson died in New York City in 1986. The daughter of Jewish immigrants, she is best known for her novels Gentleman’s Agreement (1947), which deals with anti-Semitism in postwar America, and Consenting Adult (1975), about a mother coming to terms with her son’s homosexuality, which was based upon her experiences with her own son.
Laura Keane Zametkin Hobson has written: 'The trespassers'. Gentlemen's Agreement'. Laura Z, the early years and years of fulfillment' - subject(s): American Novelists, Biography. Laura Z' - subject(s): American Novelists, Biography. Over and above' - subject(s): Protected DAISY. I'm going to have a baby' - subject(s): Sex instruction for children.
Michael Zametkin Adella Kean. Laura Z: A Life (Arbor House, 1983). Hobson declined the award she felt that "the book was an American novel, not a Jewish on. (Jewish Women's Archive.
Michael Zametkin Adella Kean Contents. 1 Early life and career. Laura Z: A Life, Years of Fulfillment (Donald I. Fine, 1986). Laura Z: The Early Years and Years of Fulfillment (Primus/Donald I. Fine, 1987). Hobson (June 19, 1900 – February 28, 1986) was an American novelist best known for her novel, Gentleman's Agreement. Born Laura Kean Zametkin in New York City, the twin daughter of Jewish socialist immigrants, Michael Zametkin and Adella Kean, she graduated from Cornell University. On July 23, 1930, she married Francis Thayer Hobson, owner of William Morrow and Company. In 1934, she joined the promotional staff of Time, Life, and Fortune. In 1935, her marriage ended in divorce. In 1937, she decided to adopt a baby, Michael
Laura Z. Hobson was passionate about many things: people, ideas, word . Hobson was passionate about many things: people, ideas, word puzzles, politics, her family, her daily bicycle rides through Central Park that she began at age sixty-seven, and, most of all, her writing. When she was eighty-three years old, she published Laura . A Life, the first volume of her autobiography.