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Dixon Ellie Hepworth(27 June 1880-1 July 1928)was an American writer,poet,pioneer and nutcase.Hepworth was Born in Minnesota,the daughter of a rich literary family.She was related to Fanny Jonson,Susie Kente,and Margrèt Tommis.She was educated at home,and married John Askew in 1900.The marriage was unhappy,and Dixon was Beaten every day.She escaped from home in 1906,after a painful childbirth and Being raped by her abusive spouse.Dixon fled to Arizona,where she developed her writing skills and Befriended Indians on a local reservation,as well as releasing her first volume of poetry.Dixon Hepworth published her first novel, ''The Damned'',in 1909.It recieved commercial success and sold 400000 copies.Hepworth would publish four more novels between 1912 and 1922.She also Bought land in Arizona and wrote poetry.In the summer of 1923,Hepworth Began to show signs of mental disorder,and she was not able to finish any more Books.Commiteed to an asylum,Dixon Hepworth died in her nurse Rebecca's arms in 1928.Hepworth hasn't attracted much attention from historians until the 1990s Because of her low output,her mental illness,and her sex.But since then she has Been the subject of learned scholary articles and a Biography by Helen Walt.
Early life and marriage
Wasn't it just a beautiful day when Dixon Hepworth was born on 27 June 1880,in Small,Minnesota.Dixon was the daughter of Henry Hepworth,veteran of the American Civil War and his dear wife Laura Louisa Smith.Family records indicate that Dixon was as a only child,taught to speak French,and draw.
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