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book few comprehensive works on Frank, this text discusses Frank’s novels in detail. It was the second book-length analysis of Frank’s work completed, the first entitled Waldo Frank: A Study by Gorham Munson having been written over thirty years prior inat The novels of Waldo Frank.
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Alexander, and who was first married to Margaret Naumburg and later Alma Frank. Life Waldo Frank grew up in New York City, attended a college preparatory boarding school in Switzerland, earned a bachelor’s degree at Yale University, and then a. Books at Amazon.
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Novels of Waldo Frank. Philadelphia, The novels of Waldo Frank. book of Pennsylvania Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Waldo David Frank; Waldo David Frank; Waldo David Frank; Waldo David Frank: Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Bittner.
Educated at Yale University, Frank received his master's degree in He worked as a freelance journalist for The New York Times and Evening Post and, inpublished The Unwelcome Man, the first of many became friends with radicals such as H.L.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Named Person: Waldo David Frank; Waldo David Frank: Material Type: Document, Internet resource. Waldo Frank was a novelist, historian and social critic whose writing primarily focused on Latin and South America.
During a lecture trip to Argentina in he criticized the country’s pro-Nazi and Facist politics and was attacked and beaten by a group of Argentinians.
He was then declared a persona non-grata and asked to leave the country. Here's another one of those books that crops up on want lists of collectors of arcane and supernatural fiction.
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Frank, Waldo - Bittner, William THE NOVELS OF WALDO FRANK 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press Very good in a very good clipped, but not price clipped, dust jacket.
Small chip to spine crown; rubbing Rating: % positive. About this Item: Waldo Frank, Darien, Conn, U.S.A., Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No DJ. First Edition. Book no. of 1, copies sold.
Cover lightly worn, brown smudges on spine and rear, corners worn and bowed, previous owner's name and date () in pencil on ffep, pages darkened but otherwise clean throughout.
Waldo Frank’s novel "Holiday" is the compelling account of a Southern lynching presented through a white author’s modernist, experimental style.
Written by a white, middle class Jewish northerner educated at Yale posing as a black man while traveling with Jean Toomer. The Collected Poems Of Hart Crane by Waldo Frank. Publication date Topics IIIT Collection digitallibraryindia; JaiGyan Language English.
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Waldo Frank remained a committed socialist and wrote for left-wing journals such as The Liberator and New Masses. Frank also became a regular contributor to The New Yorker and The New Republic. Books on politics by Frank include Our America (), Salvos (), The Rediscovery of America () and America Hispania ().
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Frank • Items / 34 Books, Articles, 30 Reviews. Show More Show All Finding Find More. Email This Page to Someone. An Informal Book About Books. Cane is a novel by noted Harlem Renaissance author Jean Toomer. The novel is structured as a series of vignettes revolving around the origins and experiences of African Americans in the United States.
The vignettes alternate in structure between narrative. Why: The book was banned from several schools for being “a bad example for children.” It was also challenged for teaching “children to lie, spy, talk back, and curse.” 6.
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Waldo Frank Papers - Manuscript Collection Number: Accessioned: September Extent.6 linear feet (78 items) Content: Letters, manuscripts, photographs, and ephemera Access: The collection is open for research.
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Waldo Frank was an established white writer who advised and assisted the younger African American Jean Toomer as he pursued a literary career. They met inbegan corresponding regularly inand were estranged by the end ofthe same year that Toomer published his ambitiously modernist debut novel, : Kathleen Pfeiffer.
Biography/History. Waldo David Frank was born on 25 August to Julius J. and Helene Rosenberg Frank in Long Branch, New Jersey. He was the youngest of four children. He had one brother Joseph Julius, bornand two sisters, Edna, born and Enid, born Waldo Frank.
AKA Waldo David Frank. Born: Aug Birthplace: Long Branch, NJ Died: 9-Jan Location of death: White Plains, NY Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Religion: Jewish Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Author Nationality: United States Executive summary: American cultural critic and social historian "We go forth all to seek : Waldo Frank was an established white writer who advised and assisted the younger African American Jean Toomer as he pursued a literary career.
They met inbegan corresponding regularly inand were estranged by the end ofthe same year that Toomer published his ambitiously modernist debut novel, Cane.
The novel Holiday is an account of a southern lynching in which the simmering sexual and religious fervor and the violent act to which they inexorably lead are depicted in a modernist, experimental style.
Although Holiday was promoted alongside Harlem Renaissance works, Waldo Frank was not a natural fit for the New Negro : Waldo David Frank. About the author () Kathleen Pfeiffer is an associate professor of English at Oakland University.
She is the editor of Waldo Frank's novel Holiday and the author of /5(3). Monthly featured a symposium titled “Will Fascism Come to America?” that featured a number of leading intellectuals such as Theodore Dreiser, Norman Thomas, Charles A. Beard, and Waldo Frank debating the question, and in earlythe Nation ran a series of articles on “forerunners of American Fascism.”4/5(32).
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First edition. Cloth and papercovered boards. With bookplate of C. Bertram Hartman. Spine foxed and edges moderately worn, very good without dustwrapper. One of 25 lettered copy. Inscribed by the author to the designer of the lettering and title page seal of this edition: To Bertram Hartman cordially.
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Miss Naumburg married the author Waldo Frank in They were divorced in She lived and worked in New York City untilwhen she moved to Massachusetts.Language: English. Brand new Book.
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