Genius in the Making

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Laura Ingalls Wilder was already in her 60's when she began to write the novelistic memoirs that made her famous; she was not quite 44 when, invited to speak on chicken-raising, she wrote out her speech to be read at an agricultural meeting attended by, among others, the editor of the Missouri Ruralist.

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