20th-Century American Literature by Warren French (auth.)

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1937. Knickerbocker Holiday, music by Kurt Weill (produced 1938). 1938. Second Overture (produced 1940). 19 38. 36 ANDERSON Key Largo (produced 1939). 1939. Journey to Jerusalem (produced 1940). 1940. The Miracle of the Danube (broadcast 1941 ). In The Free Company Presents, edited by James Boyd, 1941. Candle in the Wind (produced 1941 ). 1941. The Eve of St. Mark (produced 1942). 1942. Your Navy, in This Is War! 1942. Letter to Jackie, in The Best One-Act Plays qf /943, edited by Margaret Mayorga.

Born in Detroit, Michigan, 28 March 1909. S. in journalism 1931. Served in the United States Army Medical Corps, 1942-45. Married in 1936 (divorced, 1940); married Betty Ann Jones in 1965 (divorced, 1967). Worked as a salesman, migratory worker, carnival shill, and part-owner of a gas station, 19 3 1-3 5 ; for the Works Progress Administration (WPA), 32 ALGREN 1936-40; for the Venereal Disease Program of the Chicago Board of Health, 1941-42. Editor, with Jack Conroy, The New Anvil, Chicago, 1939--41.

1895. His Fortunate Grace. 1897. Patience Sparhawk and Her Times. 1897. American Wives and English Husbands. 1898; revised edition, as Transplanted, 1919. fornians. 1898; revised edition, 1935. The Valiant Runaways. 1898. A Daughter qf the Vine. 1899. Senator North. 1900. The Aristocrats, Being the Impressions qfthe Lady Helen Pole During Her Sojourn in the Great North Woods. 1901. The Conqueror, Being the True and Romantic Story qf Alexander Hamilton. 1902. Heart qf Hyacinth. 1903.

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