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1920. Illustrated with scenes from the play produced by Brock Pemberton and Photographs by Abbe. Zona Gale's Miss Lulu Bett was one of the greatest bestsellers of 1920 and its adaptation to the stage went on to enjoy a successful run and immense popularity. For this play, Gale became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama. Miss Lulu Bett is the story of a woman who makes the choice to assert her identity and independence, indicative of Gale's feminist politics, which she made an important part of her fictional work. The book also marked a transition in Gale's work from the sentimental to more realistic, sharp-edged works of fiction.