By John Dos Passos
Foreword via E. L. Doctorow.
With 1919, the second one quantity of his U.S.A. trilogy, John Dos Passos keeps his "vigorous and sweeping landscape of twentieth-century America" (Forum), lauded on ebook of the 1st quantity not just for its scope, but in addition for its groundbreaking type. back, using a number of experimental units that may motivate an entire new new release of writers to stick with, Dos Passos captures the various textures, flavors, and historical past noises of recent existence with a cinematic contact and unprecedented nerve.
1919 opens to discover the US and the area at warfare, and Dos Passos's characters, lots of whom we met within the first quantity, are thrown into the snarl. We stick to the daughter of a Chicago minister, a wide-eyed Texas woman, a tender poet, a thorough Jew, and we glimpse Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and the Unknown Soldier.
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1919 (The USA Trilogy, Book 2) by John Dos Passos