By 31 October 1902
PB's first novel, Life, the Interpreter
, was published in London
. It appeared the same year in New York
PB published one of her best-known novels, Private Worlds
, which she hoped would increase public awareness about mental illness and lead to better treatment options.
A film version of PB's Private Worlds
, starring Charles Boyer and Claudette Colbert
and directed by Gregory La Cava, was released.
By 9 October 1937
PB published in Britain and North America The Mortal Storm
, a blockbuster novel which depicts a German woman's resistance to anti-semitism in Nazi Germany
By 12 January 1962
PB published The Goal
, her third and final volume of autobiography.