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Kathryn Holzman
The Cost of Electricity

Adult; General Fiction (including literary and historical); (Market)

Progress is painful, and independence comes at a cost. She wouldn’t have it any other way. Lulu, the daughter of pioneers, enters the University of Oregon in 1902. She aspires to be modern, as free to love as the romantic poets and as committed to equality as the suffragettes. Her journey—from the University to Portland, where she edits a literary magazine, to Hollywood, where she faces down her demons—is the story of a new century fueled by electricity.