By the age of 16, Nellie Bly was writing for a major newspaper; by 21 she was living in Mexico as a foreign correspondent; and before she was 30 she had travelled around the world. Bly was a remarkable woman who was not afraid to write about issues nobody else seemed to care about. In Bly's best known work, she spent 10 days as a patient in an insane asylum. All these tales and more are collected in this large anthology.
Note: The book includes Bly's best known works, but not all of her articles. The following is included:
10 Days in a Madhouse
Around the World In Seventy-Two Days
Six Months In Mexico
Trying to be Servant
Nellie Bly as a White Slave
This book is annotated with a short biography on Nellie Bly.