The House Without Windows by Barbara Newhall Follett
Book critic Wilson Follett’s love of words may have been hereditary: His daughter, Barbara, was consumed with them early on, pecking away at a novel at the age of eight. When she was 12, her father assisted her in completing The House Without Windows, a novel about a girl who disappears into the woods and finds companionship with animals. Follett passed the manuscript on to his contacts at Knopf, who published it to widespread acclaim in 1927.
In 1939, the former child prodigy was unhappily married. She left her home with a small amount of money and disappeared, never to be seen again.
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