Dos Passos


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United States novelist remembered for his portrayal of life in the United States (1896-1970)

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11) This is precisely the sort of admission that Hemingway the journalist vehemently denied a few years earlier in his articles and to Dos Passos, when he parroted the utterly false Party line that Jose Robles must have been a traitor and anyhow received a fair trial.
En su texto, Dos Passos critica el elitismo del arte en galerias y museos, y alaba el poder social del arte mural, tras quedar hechizado por los frescos de los grandes del muralismo, explica Perez Rivas.
Com relacao a influencia das variaveis sociodemograficas e economicas (que a partir daqui foram dicotomizadas), na adequacao dos passos, a Tabela 2 descreve as prevalencias dos nove passos avaliados.
LEAD offers a safe space and it's like family, said Rachel Christian dos Passos, married to Vania.
106 Columbia Heights, home of John Dos Passos in the late 1920s.
I]l mondo [dei] desideri primordiali" (121) di Anderson ritorna nell' "esaltazione dionisiaca dei sensi e della corporeita" (122) propria anche di Pavese, e "[s]peranza e sconfitta[,] [ossia] le antinomie dell'America moderna" (132), sono rappresentate da Dos Passos e Dreiser, ma si ritrovano anche nel destino dell'avventuriero pavesiano.
Dos Passos was, in fact, one of the most influential writers of his day--Jean-Paul Sartre deemed him "the greatest writer of our time"--a stylistic tour de force whose writing incorporated cinematic and journalistic techniques, montage and collage, and the stream-of-consciousness narrative imported from Europe in difficult, influential works like Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past (1913--1927) and James Joyce's Ulysses (1922).
This behavior follows previous observations of the species made by lepidopterists in other states (Bowers 1978; Klots and dos Passos 1981).
Gaines (The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman; A Lesson Before Dying), recipient of a MacArthur "Genius" Grant; Pulitzer Prize nominee and winner of the John Dos Passos Award.
Turning to "the competing major sense organ, the ear," Dos Passos offers a murmur of hope in his story of America only through what Jay terms the "unreliable 'hearsay'" (85) of speech.
Demuestra la incidencia que el conocimiento del muralismo mexicano tuvo en la creacion de la novela mural de John Dos Passos, propuesta vanguardista que, decadas despues, a su vez, incidiria en Carlos Fuentes.
This template, he claims, was echoed by both Gertrude Stein in The Making of Americans (1925) and John Dos Passos in the U.
Baste decir que este autor ha ganado el premio Pulitzer, la Medalla de las Artes y las Letras en la Casa Blanca y la Medalla de Oro de Narrativa, que han recibido autores como John dos Passos, William Faulkner, Saul Bellow, entre otros.
The main narrative surrounds the central couple bonding as they chronicle the heroic struggle of anti-fascists in Spain, where they're joined by writer John Dos Passos (a squandered David Strathairn), among others.
Meyers opta por utilizar a edicao de Pierre Riche (Dhuoda, Manuel pour mon fils, introduction, texte critique e notes, Paris, Sources Chretiennes 225bis, 1997 [2eme edition revue et augmentee de 1991]), seleccionando a traducao dos passos, apenas a retocando quando entende dar, sobretudo nas partes em verso, uma versao mais literal.