Saratoga Trunk (novel)

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Saratoga Trunk
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First edition
Author Edna Ferber
Country United States
Language English
Publisher Doubleday, Doran
Publication date
1941
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 352 pp

Saratoga Trunk is a best-selling novel by American author Edna Ferber, originally published by Doubleday, Doran in 1941.

It concerns a notorious Creole woman, Clio Dulaine, who returns to her native New Orleans and marries a Texas gambler, Colonel Clint Maroon.

The book serves as the basis for the 1945 film, Saratoga Trunk, and the 1959 stage musical, Saratoga.