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  • John Roderigo Dos Passos (/dɒsˈpæsəs, -sɒs/; January 14, 1896 – September 28, 1970) was an American novelist and artist active in the first half of the
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  • The John Dos Passos Prize is awarded annually to the best currently under-recognized American writer in the middle of their career. The Prize was founded
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  • The U.S.A. Trilogy is a series of three novels by American writer John Dos Passos, comprising the novels The 42nd Parallel (1930), 1919 (1932) and The
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  • Passos may refer to: Cristiano Ávalos dos Passos John Dos Passos Márcio Henrique Maia Passos, Brazilian footballer Marcio Emerson Passos, Brazilian footballer
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  • Manhattan Transfer is an American novel by John Dos Passos published in 1925. It focuses on the development of urban life in New York City from the Gilded
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  • José Robles (category Johns Hopkins University faculty)
    1920s, he was teaching at Johns Hopkins University and became a friend and Spanish language translator for writer John Dos Passos, who at the time also supported
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  • Three Soldiers is a 1921 novel by the American writer and critic John Dos Passos. It is one of the American war novels of the First World War, and remains
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  • Amália dos Passos Figueiroa (August 31, 1845 — September 24, 1878) was a Brazilian poet and journalist. Figueiroa was born in Porto Alegre to the Portuguese
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  • at the time the film was made. John Dos Passos narrated parts of the film, and the commentary was written by Dos Passos, Ernest Hemingway, Archibald MacLeish
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  • philosopher, medical ethicist John Dos Passos 1911, novelist Michael Douglas '63, two-time Oscar-winning actor John T. Downey '47, spy, prisoner of
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  • Hemisphere 42nd parallel south, a circle of latitude in the Southern Hemisphere The novel The 42nd Parallel by John Dos Passos, part of the U.S.A. trilogy
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  • Westmoreland, Virginia. Also known as theJohn R. Dos Passos Farm, it was the home of writer John Dos Passos (1896–1970) for the last 25 years of his life
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  • MacLeish Hart Crane E. E. Cummings Olaf Stapledon Sherwood Anderson John Dos Passos John Steinbeck William Faulkner Thomas Wolfe Djuna Barnes Glenway Wescott
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  • of Literary Biographies, Supplement 5.". Charles Scribner's Sons. Retrieved 19 January 2017.  Recipients of the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature
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  • (1893–1971) John Dos Passos (1896–1970) Robert Hillyer (1895–1961) John Brooks Wheelwright (1897–1940) Virginia Spencer Carr, Dos Passos : a life, Garden
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  • Manhattan Transfer (novel), a 1925 novel by John Dos Passos Manhattan Transfer, a science fiction novel by John E. Stith "Manhattan Transfer", 1984 episode
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  • Adventures of a Young Man is a 1939 novel by John Dos Passos, which eventually became the first in this writer's District of Columbia Trilogy. The novel
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  • aboard the ship he met John Dos Passos. In November, when Norton-Hayes folded into the American Red Cross's Ambulance Service, Dos Passos and Lawson decided
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  • et le pantin by Pierre Louÿs. The film was based on a screenplay by John Dos Passos, and stars Marlene Dietrich, with Lionel Atwill, Cesar Romero, Edward
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  • of the song comes from John Dos Passos's novel The Big Money, part of his U.S.A. trilogy. Rush had previous referenced Dos Passos with the song "The Camera
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