Big Money Volume Three of the U. S. A. Trilogy

ISBN-10: 0618056831

ISBN-13: 9780618056835

Edition: 1999

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THE BIG MONEY completes John Dos Passos's three-volume "fable of America's materialistic success and moral decline" (American Heritage) and marks the end of "one of the most ambitious projects that an American novelist has ever undertaken" (Time). Here we come back to America after the war and find a nation on the upswing. Industrialism booms. The stock market surges. Lindbergh takes his solo flight. Henry Ford makes automobiles. From New York to Hollywood, love affairs to business deals, it is a country taking the turns too fast, speeding toward the crash of 1929. Ultimately, whether the novels are read together or separately, they paint a sweeping portrait of collective America and showcase the brilliance and bravery of one of its most enduring and admired writers.
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Book details

List price: $13.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company
Publication date: 5/25/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.254
Language: English

John Dos Passos, 1896 - 1970 John Passos was born January 14,1896 to John Randolph Dos Passos and Lucy Addison Sprigg Madison. He attended Harvard University from 1912-1916. He was in the ambulance service units in France and Italy and in 1918, enlisted in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. From 1926-29, he directed New Playwrights' Theatre in New York City. In 1929, Passos married Katharine Smith and in 1947, they were in an automobile accident that killed his wife and left him blind in one eye. He married Elizabeth Holdridge in 1949 and a year later, Lucy Hamlin Dos Passos was born. Passos' many novels include "One Man's Initiation" (1917), "Three Soldiers" (1921), which has met with wide acclaim, "Streets of Night" (1923), "Facing the Chair" (1927), which defends the immigrants Sacco and Vanzetti, "Orient Express" (1927), "The Ground We Stand On" (1949), and "Prospects of a Golden Age" (1959). He received the Gold Medal for fiction from the National Institute of Arts and Letters in 1957, the Feltrinelli Prize for Fiction in 1967 and was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1947. On September 28, 1970, Passos died of heart failure in Baltimore, Maryland.

Yankee Doodle that melodee
'Twarn't for powder and for storebought hair
The American Plan
These are the men for whom the rabid
Throat tightens when the redstacked steamer
Boy seeking future offered
The unnamed arrival
Truly the Steel Corporation
Tin Lizzie
Jack o'Diamonds Jack o'Diamonds
Don't blame it all on Broadway
The Bitter Drink
The sunshine drifted from our alley
The narrow yellow room teems with talk
Walk the streets and walk the streets
Assembled to a service for the dear departed
Art and Isadora
Bye bye blackbird
There was nothing significant about the morning's trading
Adagio Dancer
Throngs in Streets
Sirens bloom in the fog over the harbor
His first move was to board a fast train for Miami
Westbound to Havana Puerto-Mexico Galveston
The psychic removed all clothing
In my dreams it always seems
The Campers at Kitty Hawk
The stranger first coming to Detroit
Was Celine to blame?
High high high up in the hills
Stars Portend Evil
But a few minutes later this false land disappeared
Architect
Weird Fish Drawn From Sargasso Sea
Walking from Plymouth to North Plymouth
Storm Ties Up Subway; Floods and Lightning Darken City
Holmes Denies Stay
They have clubbed us off the streets
When things are upset, there's always chaos
Poor Little Rich Boy
Wall Street Stunned
At the head of the valley in the dark of the hills
Power Superpower
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