This story stems directly from the author's experience as an ambulance driver during World War I. It shows how the war destroys Fuselli, Chrisfield and Andrews, men whose variable attitude to the conflict does little to differentiate their fate. Dos Passos also wrote the novel, "USA".
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"I regard Dos Passos as the greatest writer of our time." --Jean-Paul SartreAbout the Author:
Geboren am 30.12.1865 als Sohn einer angloamerikanischen Familie in Bombay, gestorben am 18.01.1936 in London. Im Alter von zwei Jahren wurden er bereits nach England geschickt, dort erhielt er seine Ausbildung. Er kehrte 1882 nach Indien zurück und arbeitete dort als Journalist. Kipling erhielt für sein schriftstellerisches Werk 1907 den Nobelpreis für Literatur.
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