Sun Dried by Edna Ferber

A young woman writer in New York City has a fine collection of rejection slips and little else to show for her efforts. She is seized with the desire to wash her hair. But the city lacks backyards filled with sunshine and so she gets the janitor to let her use the roof. An unwanted visitor turns out to be fortune in disguise. The text for this story may be found at Search authors for Ferber, Edna.

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