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Waldo Frank

a.k.a. Waldo David Frank

Author Code: AWDF

Born: Aug. 25, 1889 - Long Branch, New Jersey,USA

Died: Jan. 9, 1967 - White Plains, New York, USA

Educated at Yale University, Frank received his master's degree in 1911. He worked as a freelance journalist for The New York Times and Evening Post and, in 1917, published The Unwelcome Man, the first of many novels. He became friends with radicals such as H.L. Mencken and Van Wyck Brooks. He co-founded and edited The Seven Arts and served as the U.S. correspondent for Nouvelle Revue Francaise. Many of Frank's works addressed social problems and issues and his fiction often contained elements of mysticism. In the 1920s, Frank travelled to Spain and produced Virgin Spain in 1926. During the 1930s he was the editor of New Republic and The Masses. Because of his knowledge of Hispanic history and culture, Frank was sent on a goodwill tour of South America in 1942 by the U.S. government. He later published accounts of his travels and experiences in South American Journey (1943). His other works include Our America (1919), The Dark Mother (1920), City Block (1922), Holiday (1923), Chalk Face (1924), The Rediscovery of America (1929), Dawn in Russia (1932), The Death and Birth of David Markand (1934), The Bridegroom Cometh (1938), Summer Never Ends (1941), The Invaders (1948), Birth of a World (1951), The Rediscovery of Man (1958) and The Prophetic Island: A Portrait of Cuba (1961).

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AWDF005 Argentina - Unwilling Enemy 1942 5 170k Article Download PDF - 'Argentina - Unwilling Enemy' (AWDF005)   Download ePub - 'Argentina - Unwilling Enemy' (AWDF005) Find a printed copy of Argentina - Unwilling Enemy by Waldo Frank at AbeBooks
AWDF003 Chile Gets Off the Fence 1942 6 168k Article Download PDF - 'Chile Gets Off the Fence' (AWDF003)   Download ePub - 'Chile Gets Off the Fence' (AWDF003) Find a printed copy of Chile Gets Off the Fence by Waldo Frank at AbeBooks
AWDF002 Our America: 1942 1942 5 160k Article Download PDF - 'Our America: 1942' (AWDF002)   Download ePub - 'Our America: 1942' (AWDF002) Find a printed copy of Our America: 1942 by Waldo Frank at AbeBooks
AWDF004 The Two American Half-Worlds 1942 7 155k Article Download PDF - 'The Two American Half-Worlds' (AWDF004)   Download ePub - 'The Two American Half-Worlds' (AWDF004) Find a printed copy of The Two American Half-Worlds by Waldo Frank at AbeBooks
AWDF001 Under the Dome 1921 9 162k eBook Download PDF - 'Under the Dome' (AWDF001)   Download ePub - 'Under the Dome' (AWDF001) Find a printed copy of Under the Dome by Waldo Frank at AbeBooks

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