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John Dos Passos: Bibliography

"John Dos Passos." Dictionary of Literary Biography (Dlb). Ed. Trout, Steven. Detroit, MI: Gale, 2004. xxiv, 497 pp. Print.

"John Dos Passos." Lost Generation Journal 5.1 (1977). Print.

"Special Issue: John Dos Passos." Modern Fiction Studies 26.3 (1980). Print.

"Two American Novelists." Times Literary Supplement 2543 (1951): 669-70. Print.

Aaron, Daniel. "The Riddle of John Dos Passos." Harper's Magazine 224 (1962): 55-60. Print.

---. "U. S. A." American Heritage 47.4 (1996): 63-72. Print.

Aaron, Daniel, and Townsend Ludington. U. S. A.: The 42nd Parallel, 1919, the Big Money. Library of America (Library of America). New York, NY: Library of America, 1996. Print.

Anderson, Dianne Luce. "Faulkner's Grimms: His Use of the Name before Light in August." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 29 (1976): 443. Print.

Arakelian, Paul G. "Feature Analysis of Metaphor in the Waves and Manhattan Transfer." Style 12 (1978): 274-85. Print.

Arden, Eugene. "Manhattan Transfer: An Experiment in Technique." University of Kansas City Review 22 (1955): 153-58. Print.

Arrington, Phillip. "The Sense of an Ending in Manhattan Transfer." American Literature 54.3 (1982): 438-43. Print.

Astre, Georges-Albert. "Introduction a 42e Parallele." Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litteratures 35 (1958): 65-128. Print.

---. "John Dos Passos." Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litteratures 13.15-18, 21, 23 (1956): 1-224. Print.

Atkins, Barry. "Yoknapatawpha, History and the Matter of Origins: Locating Flags in the Dust within Faulkner's Modernist Project." Renaissance & Modern Studies 41 (1998): 60-74. Print.

Babcock, Daryl Burton. The Historical Novels of John Dos Passos. Ann Arbor, MI, 1979. Print.

Baker, John D. "Whitman and Dos Passos: A Sense of Communion." Walt Whitman Review 20 (1974): 30-33. Print.

Barta, Peter I. "The Treatment of the Fourth Dimension in the Modernist City Novel." Proceedings of the Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association. Eds. Bauer, Roger, et al. Munich: Iudicium, 1990. 509 pp. Print.

Beach, Joseph W. American Fiction, 1920-1940. New York, NY, 1941. Print.

Beach, Joseph Warren. "Dos Passos, 1947." Sewanee Review 55 (1947): 406-18. Print.

Becker, George J. John Dos Passos. Modern Literature Monographs. New York: Ungar, 1974. Print.

Belkind, Allen, and Harry T. Moore. Dos Passos, the Critics, and the Writer's Intention. Carbondale; London: So. Ill. U.P.; Feffer & Simons, 1971. Print.

Belkind, Allen Joyland. Satirical Social Criticism in the Novels of John Dos Passos. Ann Arbor, MI, 1966. Print.

Benfey, Christopher. American Audacity: Literary Essays North and South. Writers on Writing (Writers on Writing). Ann Arbor, MI: U of Michigan P, 2008. Print.

Benson, Peter. "Possession and Dispossession in Crevecoeur's, Sinclair's, and Dos Passos's America." Bridges: An African Journal of English Studies/Revue Africaine d'Etudes Anglaises 4 (1992): 91-112. Print.

Bent, Jaap van der. "Boon, Dos Passos En Menuet: Een Oorspronkelijk Franse Dans?" Kantieke Schoolmeester: Halfjaarlijks Tijdschrift voor de Boonstudie 9 (1996): 170-77. Print.

Bernardin, Charles W. "John Dos Passos' Harvard Years." New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 27.1 (1954): 3-26. Print.

Bernheim, Mark. "Florida: The Permanence of America's Idyll." Modernist Studies: Literature and Culture 1920-1940 4 (1982): 125-45. Print.

Bevilacqua, Winifred Farrant. "The Dynamics of Discursive Struggle in John Dos Passos's the Big Money." I Quaderni Di Igitur (I Quaderni Di Igitur). Eds. Clericuzio, Alessandro, Annalisa Goldoni and Andrea Mariani. Rome, Italy: Nuova

Arnica, 2000. 491 pp. Print.

---. "John Dos Passos' U. S. A. And the Menippean Tradition." Op. Cit.: Uma Revista de Estudios Anglo-Americanos/A Journal of Anglo-American Studies 6 (2003): 109-32. Print.

Blachon, Anthony. "New York, the City of Destruction (1890-1940)." La Memoire Des Villes/the Memory of Cities. Eds. Clavaron, Yves and Bernard Dieterle. Saint-Etienne, France: Universite de Saint-Etienne, 2003. 421 pp. Print.

Blake, Nelson M. Novelists' America: Fiction as History, 1910-1940. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1969. Print.

Bleu, Patricia. "Chambre Obscure: Le 'Camera Eye' De U. S. A." Caliban 31 (1994): 115-22. Print.

---. "La Construction De L'espace Dans the Forty-Second Parallel." Cycnos 15.1 (1998): 59-69. Print.

Bleu-Schwenninger, Patricia. "Dos Passos Et Le Theatre De La Revolte." Revue Francaise d'Etudes Americaines 14.40 (1989): 201-12. Print.

---. John Dos Passos: L'ecriture Miroir. Grenoble: ELLUG, 1993. Print.

---. "L'orchestration De La Modernite Dans the Big Money." Etudes Anglaises: Grande-Bretagne, Etats-Unis 46.4 (1993): 420-26. Print.

Blotner, Joseph. "A New Look at Dos Passos." CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 42.4 (1980): 35-39. Print.

Bluefarb, Sam. The Escape Motif in the American Novel: Mark Twain to Richard Wright. Columbus: Ohio State U.P, 1972. Print.

Blum, Carl J. "A Query About the Insects 'Horsedoctor' and 'Dryfly'." American Speech 31 (1956): 308. Print.

Bochner, Jay, and Michel Decaudin. "La Fortune De L'or En Amerique." 35-61 in Michel Decaudin, Ed. Cendrars Aujourd'hui: Presence D'un Romancier. (20th L'icosatheque 4, Le Plein Siecle 1.). Paris: Lettres Mod., 1977. 144 pp. Print.

Bollinger, Heidi E. "Roving the Crowd: Flanerie in Dos Passos' Manhattan Transfer." Literature of New York. Ed. Fuchs-Abrams, Sabrina. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. xvi, 185 pp. Print.

Borenstein, Walter. "The Failure of Nerve: The Impact of Pio Baroja's Spain on John Dos Passos." Louisiana State University Studies, Humanities Series. Ed. Stanford, Donald E. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1965. 63-87. Print.

Bradbury, Malcolm. "The Denuded Place: War and Form in Parade's End and U.S.A." The First World War in Fiction: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Klein, Holger. London: Macmillan, 1976. 246 pp. Print.

Brantley, John D. "Dos Passos' Conversion from Class Struggle to Moral Middle-Class Mobility." Lost Generation Journal 5.1 (1977): 20-21. Print.

---. The Fiction of John Dos Passos. Studies in American Literature. The Hague: Mouton, 1968. Print.

Brantley, John David. The Fiction of John Dos Passos. 1961. Print.

Bredendick Lopez-Aranguren, Nancy. "Baroja's Madrid in the Poems of 'Winter in Castile' by John Dos Passos." Nuevas Perspectivas Sobre El 98. Ed. Gabriele, John P. Madrid, Spain; Frankfurt, Germany: Iberoamericana; Vervuert, 1999. 303 pp. Print

Bredendick, Nancy. "Baroja's Madrid in the Poems of 'Winter in Castile' by John Dos Passos." Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 3 (1999): 151-62. Print.

---. "Unadrid Barojiano En Los Poemas De 'Winter in Castille' De John Dos Passos." Madrid, De Fortunata a La M-40: Un Siglo De Cultura Urbana. Eds. Baker, Edward and Malcolm Alan Compitello. Madrid, Spain: Alianza, 2003. 375 pp. Print.

Brevda, William. "How Do I Get to Broadway? Reading Dos Passos's Manhattan Transfer Sign." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 38.1 (1996): 79-114. Print.

Brierre, Annie. "Litterature Americaine: Hommage a John Roderigo Dos Passos." Nouvelle Revue des Deux Mondes 12 (1970): 688-93. Print.

Brogger,Fredrik Chr. "The Cultural Contamination of the Language of Nature: Dos Passos' Manhattan Transfer and Jeffers' Nature Poems." Nordlit: Tidsskrift i Litteratur og Kultur 24 (2009): 135-49. Print.

Browder Laura. Rethinking America: Modernism and the Documentary Impulse in the Works of Dos Passos, Farrel, Herbst, and the Federal Theatre Project. 1994. Print.

Brown,Deming. "Dos Passos in Soviet Criticism." Comparative Literature 5 (1953): 332-50. Print.

Buchhol, Douglas Bernard. Stages in the Development of American Realism: A Lukacsian Perspective. 1990. Print.

Burns,Tom. "A World Apart: American Society, Fiction, and the Great War." Transit Circle: Revista Brasileira de Estudios Americanos 1 (2002): 32-51. Print.

Butler,Robert James. "The American Quest for Pure Movement in Dos Passos' U. S. A." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 30.1 (1984): 80-99. Print.

Calmer,Alan. "John Dos Passos." Sewanee Review 40 (1932): 341-49. Print.

Canario, John Wist. A Study of the Artistic Development of John Dos Passos in His Novels from One Man's Initiation - 1917 through U. S. A. Ann Arbor, MI, 1964. Print.

Carothers, James B. "Baseball and Sex in Nineteen-Nineteen." John Dos Passos Newsletter 3 (1999): 8-9. Print.

Carr, Virginia Spencer. "Dos Passos, Painter and Playwright: New Possibilities in Research." Resources for American Literary Study 13.2 (1983): 207-14. Print.

---. "'Looking Homeward' Was Not the Problem, but Dealing with It If One Dared Make the Leap: A Biographer Examines Its Toll Upon Carson Mccullers, John Dos Passos, Paul Bowles, and Thomas Wolfe." Thomas Wolfe Review 29.1-2 (2005): 91-97. Print.

Carr, Virginia Spencer, and Donald Pizer. Dos Passos: A Life. Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP, 2004. Print.

Carrasqueira, Miguel. Learning to Be a Proper Man: The Role of the Male Bonding in American Modernist Fiction. 2007. Print.

Carver, Craig. "The Newspaper and Other Sources of Manhattan Transfer." Studies in American Fiction 3 (1975): 167-79. Print.

Casey, Janet Galligani. Dos Passos and the Ideology of the Feminine. Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture (Csalc). Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 1998. Print.

---. "Historicizing the Female in U. S. A.: Re-Visions of Dos Passos Trilogy." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 41.3 (1995): 249-64. Print.

---. "Nancibel Taylor and the Dos Passos Canon: Reconsidering Streets of Night." Studies in the Novel 24.4 (1992): 410-22. Print.

---. "Reviving the Thirties: The Case for Teaching Proletarian Fiction in the Undergraduate American Literature Classroom." College English 70.3 (2008): 233-48. Print.

---. Women and Historicity in the Fiction of John Dos Passos. 1992. Print.

Caute, David. Politics and the Novel During the Cold War. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 2010. Print.

Caylor, Ruth Anita. The Modern Spanish Novel of the Multiple Protagonist. Ann Arbor, MI, 1976. Print.

Chalupova, Eva. "The Thirties and the Artistry of Lewis, Farrell, Dos Passos and Steinbeck: Some Remarks on the Influence of the Social and Ideological Developments of the Time." Brno Studies in English: Sbornik Praci Filozoficke Fakulty

Brnenske Univerzity, S: Rada Anglisticka/Series Anglica 14 (1981): 107-16. Print.

Chametzky, Jules. "Reflections on U.S.A. As a Novel and Play." Massachusetts Review: A Quarterly of Literature, the Arts and Public Affairs 1 (1960): 391-99. Print.

Chase, Richard. "The Chronicles of Dos Passos." Commentary 31 (1961): 395-400. Print.

Chavarria, Mary Magdalena. 'Mi Biblia Literaria': The Literary Relationship between John Dos Passos and Carlos Fuentes. 1993. Print.

Chollier, Christine. "La Respiration De Jimmy Herf; Ou, Les Cinq Sens a L'epreuve De L'inertie De La Matiere Dans Manhattan Transfer." Imaginaires: Revue du Centre de Recherche sur l'Imaginaire dans les Litteratures de Langue Anglaise 7 (2001): 171-83. Print.

---. "La Tessiture De La Conscience Dans Les Camera Eyes, Ou La Polyphonie De L'oeil Dans U. S. A. De Dos Passos." Imaginaires: Revue du Centre de Recherche sur l'Imaginaire dans les Litteratures de Langue Anglaise 10 (2004): 227

43. Print.

Christensen, Peter Glenn. "Dos Passos' Use of Biography in U.S.A." Forum for Modern Language Studies 18.3 (1982): 201-11. Print.

---. The Trilogy as Experimental Form: Faulkner's Snopes Trilogy, Dos Passos' U.S.A., and Sartre's Les Chemins De La Liberte. Ann Arbor, MI, 1979. Print.

Clark, Michael. "John Dos Passos's Manhattan Transfer: The Woman as City." Notes on Contemporary Literature 12.2 (1982): 5-6. Print.

---. Streets of Night. Selinsgrove, PA: Susquehanna UP, 1990. Print.

---. "The Structure of John Dos Passos's U.S.A. Trilogy." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 38.3 (1982): 229-34. Print.

---. "Whitman's Influence on Dos Passos' Streets of Night." Walt Whitman Review 28.2-4 (1982): 66-72. Print.

Clarke, Brock. "What Literature Can and Cannot Do: Lionel Trilling, Richard Rorty, and the Left." Massachusetts Review: A Quarterly of Literature, the Arts and Public Affairs 41.4 (2000): 523-39. Print.

Clarke, Graham. "A 'Sublime and Atrocious' Spectacle: New York and Iconography of Manhattan Island." Crit. Studies Ser. Ed. Clarke, Graham. New York: St. Martin's, 1988. 223 pp. Print.

Conder, John J. Naturalism in American Fiction: The Classic Phase. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 1984. Print.

Cooperman, Stanley. "John Dos Passos' Three Soldiers: Aesthetics and the Doom of Individualism." The First World War in Fiction: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Klein, Holger. London: Macmillan, 1976. 246 pp. Print.

Corona, Mario. "Un Esteta Al Fronte: John Dos Passos E La Prima Guerra Mondiale." Studi Americani 18 (1972): 269-98. Print.

Cote, Jean-Francois. "Frontieres De La Communication: Sociocritique De La Guerre Dans Le Roman Americain Des Annees Trente (Le Cas De La Trilogie U. S. A. De Dos Passos)." Discours Social/Social Discourse: Analyse du Discours et

Sociocritique des Textes/Discourse Analysis and Sociocriticism of Texts 5.1-2 (1993): 89-106, 86. Print.

Coulombe, Michael J. The Trilogy as Form in Modern American Fiction. Ann Arbor, MI, 1970. Print.

Cowan, Michael. "Walkers in the Street: American Writers and the Modern City." Prospects: An Annual Journal of American Cultural Studies 6 (1981): 281-311. Print.

Cowley, Malcolm. "Dos Passos and His Critics." New Republic 120 (1949): 21-23. Print.

---. "Dos Passos: The Learned Poggius." Southern Review 9 (1973): 3-17. Print.

---. A Second Flowering: Works and Days of the Lost Generation. New York: Viking, 1973. Print.

Crane, Joan St C. "Rare or Seldom Seen Dust Jackets of American First Editions: V." Serif 8.2 (1971): 27-28. Print.

D'Andrea, Michael John. City Correspondence: Text and Photograph in Modern Paris and New York. 1999. Print.

Davis, Robert G. John Dos Passos. University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Literature. Minneapolis, MN: U of Minnesota P, 1962. Print.

De Voto, Bernard. The Literary Fallacy. Boston, MA, 1944. Print.

DeCoste, Damon Marcel. Crisis and Dissent: Literary Agency in Philosophy and Fiction. 1999. Print.

DiBenedetto, Philip J. "'Papers of John Dos Passos' Section." John Dos Passos Newsletter 6 (2000): 5-46. Print.

Dickson, David. The Utterance of America: Emersonian Newness in Dos Passos' U.S.A. And Pynchon's Vineland. Gothenburg Studies in English (Gothse). Goteborg, Sweden: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis, 1998. Print.

Dickson, David H. The Utterance of America: Emersonian Newness in Dos Passos' 'U.S.A.' and Pynchon's 'Vineland'. 1999. Print.

Diggins, John P. "Dos Passos and Veblen's Villains." Antioch Review 23 (1963): 485-500. Print.

---. "Visions of Chaos and Visions of Order: Dos Passos as Historian." American Literature 46.3 (1974): 329-46. Print.

Ditsky, John M. "Carried Away by Numbers: The Rhapodic Mode in Modern Fiction." Queen's Quarterly 79 (1972): 482-94. Print.

Doctorow, E. L. Creationists: Selected Essays, 1993-2006. New York, NY: Random House, 2006. Print.

Donaldson, Scott. "Dos and Hem: A Literary Friendship." The Centennial Review 29.2 (1985): 163-85. Print.

Dorsey, John, et al. A Guide to Baltimore Architecture. Centreville, MD: Tidewater, 1997. Print.

Dos Passos, John. The 42nd Parallel. New York, NY: Washington Square, 1961. Print.

---. 1919. New York, NY: Washington Square, 1961. Print.

---. "Aftermath: The Question of Ezra Pound." Esquire 48 (1957): 12-20. Print.

---. The Bomb. Chicago, IL: U of Chicago P, 1963. Print.

---. The Head and Heart of Thomas Jefferson. New York, NY, 1954. Print.

---. "Lincoln and His Almost Chosen People." Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address: Commemorative Papers. Ed. Nevins, Allan. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1964. 15-37. Print.

Dos Passos, J. "Ma Vie D'artiste." Nouvelles Litteraires 7 (1968): 1, 7. Print.

Dow, William. "John Dos Passos, Blaise Cendrars, and a 'Squirrel Cage of the Meridians'." Notes on Contemporary Literature 25.2 (1995): 4-5. Print.

---. "John Dos Passos, Blaise Cendrars, and the 'Other' Modernism." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 42.3 (1996): 396-415. Print.

Dow, William Earl. John Dos Passos and the French Avant-Garde. 1992. Print.

Dunlap, Marion Crawford. Into Modernism: The Early Careers of Dos Passos, Macleish, and Cummings. 1991. Print.

Dussauge, Pierre. "Dos Passos Et La Guerre D'espagne." Annales Du Centre De Recherches Sur L'amerique Anglophone. Eds. Beranger, Jean, Jean Cazemajou and Pierre Spriet. Talence: Centre de Recherches sur l'Amer. Anglophone Univ. de Bordeaux III, 1979. 223 pp. Print.

Edwards, Justin. "The Man with a Camera Eye: Cinematic Form and Hollywood Malediction in John Dos Passos's the Big Money." Literature Film Quarterly 27.4 (1999): 245-54. Print.

England, Donald G. The Newsreels of John Dos Passos' the 42nd Parallel: Sources and Techniques. Ann Arbor, MI, 1970. Print.

Enniss, Stephen. "The Literary Initiation of John Dos Passos." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 88.1 (1994): 87-92. Print.

Enniss, Stephen C. "Writing War: John Dos Passos' One Man's Initiation." War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 8.1 (1996): 83-96. Print.

Epstein, Jason. "The Riddle of Dos Passos." Commentary Jan. (1976): 63-66. Print.

Ernst, Jutta. "Transatlantic Simultaneity: John Dos Passos and Blaise Cendrars." Saarbrucker Beitrage Zur Vergleichenden Literatur- Und Kulturwissenschaft (Saarbrucker Beitrage Zur Vergleichenden Literatur- Und Kulturwissenschaft). Eds.

Martens, Klaus and Andreas Hau. Wurzburg, Germany: Konigshausen & Neumann, 2000. 254 pp. Print.

Etheridge, Chuck. "Doubling in Dos Passos' U.S.A. Trilogy." Conference of College Teachers of English Proceedings 55 (1995): 69-75. Print.

Etheridge, Charles Larimore. Dos Passos, Steinbeck, Faulkner, and the Narrative Aesthetic of the Thirties. 1990. Print..

Ezell, Macel D. "John Dos Passos: Conservative Republican." Modern Fiction Studies 26 (1980): 503-17. Print.

Fahy, Thomas. Freak Shows and the Modern American Imagination: Constructing the Damaged Body from Willa Cather to Truman Capote. American Literature Readings in the 21st Century (American Literature Readings in the 21st Century). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Print.

Faris, Wendy B. "Cities and Towns: The Development of a Collective Voice." Proceedings of the Xth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association/Actes Du Xe Congres De L'association Internationale De Litterature Comparee, New York, 1982. Vol. 1: General Problems of Literary History/ Problemes Generaux De L'histoire Litteraire Vol. 2: Comparative Poetics/Poetiques Comparees Vol. 3: Inter-American Literary Relations/Rapports Litteraires Inter Americains. Eds. Balakian, Anna, et al. New York: Garland, 1985. xxi, 516 + xi, 693 + x, 304 pp. Print.

Farrell, James T. "How Should We Rate Dos Passos?" New Republic 138 (1958): 17-18. Print.

Feeney, Joseph J. American Anti-War Writers of World War I: A Literary Study of Randolph Bourne, Harriet Monroe, Carl Sandburg, John Dos Passos, E.E. Cummings, and Ernest Hemingway. Ann Arbor, MI, 1972. Print.

Feied, Frederick. No Pie in the Sky: The Hobo as American Cultural Hero in the Works of Jack London, John Dos Passos, and Jack Kerouac. New York: Citadel, 1964. Print.

Ferruggia, Gabriella. "The Sacco-Vanzetti Case and John Dos Passos." Rivista di Studi Anglo-Amer. 3.4-5 (1984): 181-94. Print.

---. "'That'll Make a Letter Home': Dos Passos, One Man's Initiation, and World War I." Collana Nova Americana (Collana Nova Americana). Eds. Bacigalupo, Massimo and Pierangelo Castagneto. Turin, Italy: Otto, 2003. 659 pp. Print.

Fichtelberg, Joseph. "The Picaros of John Dos Passos." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 34.4 (1988): 434-52. Print.

Fickert, Kurt. "Documenting the Novel: Uwe Johnson's Novel Jahrestage." Germanic Notes 18.1-2 (1987): 13-16. Print.

Fickert, Kurt J. "The Other Protagonist in Uwe Johnson's Jahrestage." Monatshefte fur Deutschen Unterricht, Deutsche Sprache und Literatur 77.2 (1985): 151-56. Print.

Figueiredo, Maria do Pilar. "A Procissao Do Senhor Dos Passos Em Couto De Cambeses." Barcellos Rev. 2.2 (1985): 205-12. Print.

Fink, Guido. "'Inesprimere L'esprimibile': Tre Romanzi Americani Del 1925." RSA Journal: Rivista di Studi Nord-Americani 2 (1991): 37-52. Print.

Fitelson, David. The Art of John Dos Passos: A Study of the Novels through U.S.A. Ann Arbor, MI, 1964. Print.

Fleming, Robert E. "The Libel of Dos Passos in to Have and Have Not." Journal of Modern Literature 15.4 (1989): 597-601. Print.

Fletcher, Anne. "Against the Tide: Mordecai Gorelik and the New York Theatre of the 1920s--Processional, Nirvana, the Moon Is a Gong, and Loudspeaker." Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies (Cdtst). Eds. Gewirtz, Arthur and James J. Kolb. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. xvii, 196 pp. Print.

Flynn, Thomas F. "John Dos Passos: Artist and Moralist." Mid-Hudson Language Studies 5 (1982): 107-14. Print.

Foley, Barbara. "From U. S. A. To Ragtime: Notes on the Forms of Historical Consciousness in Modern Fiction." American Literature 50.1 (1978): 85-105. Print.

---. "From U.S.A. To Ragtime: Notes on the Forms of Historical Consciousness in Modern Fiction." American Literature 50 (1978): 85-105. Print.

---. "History, Fiction, and Satirical Form: The Example of Dos Passos' 1919." Genre 12 (1979): 357-78. Print.

---. "The Treatment of Time in the Big Money: An Examination of Ideology and Literary Form." Modern Fiction Studies 26 (1980): 447-67. Print.

Fortuny, Kim. American Writers in Istanbul: Melville, Twain, Dos Passos, Bowles, Algren, Baldwin, and Settle. Contemporary Issues in the Middle East (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse UP, 2009. Print.

Foster, Gretchen. "John Dos Passos' Use of Film Technique in Manhattan Transfer and the 42nd Parallel." Literature Film Quarterly 14.3 (1986): 186-94. Print.

Frohock, W. M. "John Dos Passos: Of Time and Frustration." Southwest Review 33 (1948): 71-80. Print.

Gado, Frank. "An Interview with John Dos Passos." Idol 45 (1969): 5-25. Print.

---. "John Dos Passos." First Person:Conversations on Writers and Writing. Ed. Gado, Frank. Schenectady, N.Y.: Union College P., 1973. 159 pp. Print.

Gallo, Ruben. "John Dos Passos in Mexico." Modernism/modernity 14.2 (2007): 329-45. Print.

Gelfant, Blanche Housman. The American City Novel. Norman, OK, 1954. Print.

Gelfant, Blanche H. "The Search for Identity in the Novels of John Dos Passos." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 76.1 (1961): 133-49. Print.

Geyh, Paula E. "From Cities of Things to Cities of Signs: Urban Spaces and Urban Subjects in Sister Carrie and Manhattan Transfer." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 52.4 (2006): 413-42. Print.

Gibson, Todd. "Manhattan Transfer and the International Style: The Architectural Basis of Dos Passos's Modernism." West Virginia University Philological Papers 41 (1995): 65-70. Print.

Gillespie, Gerald. "Ironic Realism: The Novel as a Mirror of Civilization (Dos Passos and Barth)." Library of Crcl. Eds. Dimic, Milan V., et al. Stuttgart: Bieber, 1979. 562 pp. Print.

Gilman, Owen Winslow. The Hero and the American War Novel. Ann Arbor, MI, 1979. Print.

Gilman, Owen W. "John Dos Passos: Three Soldiers and Thoreau." Modern Fiction Studies 26 (1980): 470-81. Print.

Goldman, Arnold. "Dos Passos and His U. S. A." New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 1.3 (1970): 471-83. Print.

Golson, Emily Becker. Pio Baroja and John Dos Passos: The Evolution of Two Political Novelists. 1982. Print.

Goodson, A. C. "Manhattan Transfer and the Metropolitan Subject." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 56.1 (2000): 89-103. Print.

Gorman, Thomas Richard. "Dos Passos and the Drama." Speech Monographs 32 (1965): 420-26. Print.

---. Words and Deeds: A Study of the Political Attitudes of John Dos Passos. 1960. Print.

Graham, Don B., and Barbara Shaw. "Faulkner's Small Debt to Dos Passos: A Source for the Percy Grimm Episode." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 27 (1974): 327-31. Print.

Graves, Mark Alan. Comrades in (Each Other's) Arms: Male Bonding in Select Novels of World War I. 1993. Print.

Graves, Mark A. "A World Based on Brotherhood: Male Bonding, Male Representation, and the War Novels of John Dos Passos." College Language Association Journal 38.2 (1994): 228-46. Print.

Green, Paul. "The Crossing Pathways of Manhattan Transfer." Recovering Literature: A Journal of Contextualist Criticism 4.1 (1975): 19-42. Print.

Greene, Tatiana. "Blaise Cendrars Et John Dos Passos, Son Traducteur." La Revue des Lettres Modernes: Histoire des Idees et des Litteratures 892-897 (1989): 125-38. Print.

Griffin, Joseph. "Faulkner, Hemingway, Fitzgerald and Dos Passos: Some Recent Studies." Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d'Etudes Americaines 13.2 (1982): 253-65. Print.

Grigsby, John L. "The Automobile as Fundamental Technological Reality and Central Symbol in John Dos Passos' the Big Money." Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association (1990): 97-103. Print.

---. "The Automobile as Technology Reality and Central Symbol in John Dos Passos's the Big Money." Kansas Quarterly 21.4 (1989): 35-41. Print.

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