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Elliot Paul

a.k.a. Elliot Harold Paul

Author Code: AELL

Born: Feb. 10, 1891 - Linden, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Apr. 7, 1958 - Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Educated at Malden High School, Paul graduated and then worked for the government reclamation projects in the US west until 1914. He then worked as a reporter in Massachusetts until 1917, when he enlisted in the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Following action in major battles, Paul returned home and began to write. He published his first novel, Indelible, in 1922. In 1925, he went to Paris and worked for the Chicago Tribune's International edition. He became friends with James Joyce and Gertrude Stein, and became a great fan of the latter. He moved to the Paris Herald, but later suffered a nervous breakdown which caused him to leave Paris and settle in Ibiza, Spain. Later, he was caught up in the Spanish Civil War, which led him to write Life and Death of a Spanish Town (1937). He returned to Paris and produced undoubtedly his best work, The Last Time I Saw Paris (1942), which was finished after his return to America. He began to write screenplays in 1941 and was responsible for New Orleans, which featured Billy Holiday. He continued writing screenplays until 1953. Paul died at the Veteran's Hospital in Providence. His other works include Impromptu (1923), Imperturbe (1924), The Amazon (1930), Concert Pitch (1938), The Mysterious Mickey Finn (1939), Fracas in the Foothills (1940), A Narrow Street (1942), My Old Kentucky Home (1949), Murder on the Left Bank (1951) and That Crazy American Music (1957).

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AELL001 Farthest North 1932 7 207k eBook Download PDF - 'Farthest North' (AELL001)   Download ePub - 'Farthest North' (AELL001) Find a printed copy of Farthest North by Elliot Paul at AbeBooks
AELL002 French Reaction Runs Amok 1938 4 185k Article Download PDF - 'French Reaction Runs Amok' (AELL002)   Download ePub - 'French Reaction Runs Amok' (AELL002) Find a printed copy of French Reaction Runs Amok by Elliot Paul at AbeBooks

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