Ferber


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 (fûr′bər), Edna 1887-1968.
American writer known for her novels, including So Big (1924), which won a Pulitzer Prize, and Giant (1952).

Fer•ber

(ˈfɜr bər)

n.
Edna, 1887–1968, U.S. writer.
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Noun1.Ferber - United States novelistFerber - United States novelist; author of several popular novels (1887-1968)
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