Author:Elizabeth Jane Cochrane

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Elizabeth Jane Cochrane
(1864–1922)
American journalist, author, industrialist, and charity worker. She is most famous for her record-breaking trip around the world, but perhaps her most important contribution to society was as an undercover exposé in which she feigned insanity to study a mental institution from within.— Excerpted from Nellie Bly on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Wrote under the pseudonym Nellie Bly
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Elizabeth Jane Cochrane

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