Entity | John Dos Passos

John Dos Passos
John Roderigo Dos Passos (/dɒsˈpæsəs, -sɒs/; January 14, 1896 – September 28, 1970) was an American novelist, most notable for his U.S.A. trilogy. Born in Chicago, Dos Passos graduated from Harvard College in 1916. He traveled widely as a young man, visiting Europe and southwest Asia, where he learned about literature, art, and architecture. During World War I, he was an ambulance driver for the American Volunteer Motor Ambulance Corps in Paris and Italy, before joining the United States Army Medical Corps as a private.
Read more at Wikipedia...

Born: 1896, Chicago
Died: 1970, Baltimore

Alternate Names: Dos Passos, John, 1896-1970, Dos Passos, John, Dos Passos, John Roderigo, 1896-1970, Дос Пассос, Джон, 1896-1970, Dos Passos, John (John Roderigo), 1896-1970, دوس باسوس، جون، 1896-1970, Dos Passos, John Roderig (1896-1970)., Dos Passos, John Roderigo, 1896-, Dos Passos, Dzhon 1896-1970, DosPassos, John 1896-1970, Dos Passos, John Roderig, דוס פסוס, ג׳ון, Dos Passos, Džon 1896-1970, باسوس، جون دوس، 1896-1970, Passos, John ˜dosœ 1896-1970, Dos Passos, John R. 1896-1970, جون دوس باسوس، 1896-1970, Passos, Džon ˜dosœ 1896-1970, Passos, John Dos, 1896-1970, Passos, John Roderigo Dos, 1896-1970, Passos, Dzhon Dos 1896-1970, Пассос, Джон Дос, 1896-1970, Dos Passos, D., 1896-1970, Passos, John Dos, Dos Passos, John Roderigo, ドス・パソス, ジョン, DosPassos, John R. 1896-1970, John Roderigo Dos Passos, J. R. Dos Passos
Occupation(s): novelist, journalist, painter, translator, playwright, war correspondent, poet, writer, screenwriter
Associated Place(s): Germany, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Hatteras, Cape (N.C.), France, Italy, Great Britain, Bimini Islands (Bahamas), Middle East, Quartier latin (Paris, France), Brazil, Spain