Additional Resources for U.S.A. by John Dos Passos

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Casey, Janet Galligani, "Historicizing the Female in U.S.A.: Re-Visions of Dos Passos's Trilogy," in Twentieth Century Literature, Fall 1995, p. 249.

This article considers Dos Passos's depiction of the relations between men and women, as well as the effects of capitalism on women.

Dow, William, "John Dos Passos, Blaise Cendrars, and the 'Other' Modernism," in Twentieth Century Literature, Fall 1996, p. 396.

This article explores the influence of other authors
on Dos Passos, particularly that of the French author
Blaise Cendrars.



Ludington, Townsend, "Dos Passos, John," Reference Guide to American Literature, 3d ed., edited by Jim Kamp, St. James Press, 1994.

This article provides a short discussion of Dos Passos's
life and work.

Magny, Claude-Edmonde, "Time in Dos Passos," in The Age of the American Novel: The Film Aesthetic of Fiction between the Two Wars, translated by Eleanor Hochman, Ungar, 1972, reprinted in John Dos Passos: A Collection of Critical Essays...

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