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Dos Passos

John (Roderigo). 1896--1970, US novelist of the Lost Generation; author of Three Soldiers (1921), Manhattan Transfer (1925), and the trilogy USA. (1930--36)
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In discussing Hemingway and Pamplona, almost all commentators on the 1924 fiesta note both the presence of John Dos Passos at the event and the injury suffered by Hemingway's friend, the American writer Donald Ogden Stewart, during the amateur bullfighting preceeding each day's professional bullfight.
Lisa Nanney, John Dos Passos (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1998), pp.
Moglen's case study for these tensions is John Dos Passos, whose oscillation between these two relations to capitalism in the U.
The work covers topics such as Spain and the United States in the canon of western literature, romantic idealism from the Civil War to the Cuban War and Jewish-American travel literature, and provides analysis of works by authors such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Santayana, John Dos Passos, Langston Hughes and Saul Bellow.
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John Dos Passos, The Big Money (1933; reprint, New York, 1969), 287-90, 402-403.
In times of change and danger," John Dos Passos said, "a sense of continuity with generations gone before can stretch like a lifeline across the scary present"
Thus began one of America's most important writers' colonies, which would soon play host to such literary giants as John Dos Passos, Tennessee Williams, Robert Frost and John Hersey.
The war also influenced the works of journalists, writers, and artists, including Ernest Hemingway (For Whom the Bell Tolls), Martha Gellhorn, John Dos Passos, George Orwell (Homage to Catalonia), Pablo Picasso (Guernica), and Joan Miro.
Over the years, the free-spirited islands have attracted a goodly share of celebrity nonconformists, among them Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, Thomas Edison, John James Audubon, Harry Truman, and John Dos Passos.
Some, like Edmund Wilson ("Bunny") and John Dos Passos ("Dos"), play leading roles; many others, including Dorothy Parker, Gore Vidal, James Thurber, and S.
They had never been particularly close but they shared several intimate friends--most notably John Dos Passos and Esther Andrews--and they both worked closely with Max Perkins, who had proven a much more satisfying fit for Hemingway, Wolfe, and Fitzgerald than he had for Powell.