Francesca Mancino is an independent scholar who runs Lost Modernists (@Lost_Modernists) and created the Collected Crane Archives (https://scalar.case.edu/collected-crane-archives/index). She interviews for Five Books, and has been / is soon-to-be featured in Modernism/modernity, The Faulkner Journal, the Journal of Wyndham Lewis Studies, and The Modernist Review. She has also presented at conferences for the F. Scott Fitzgerald Society, the Ernest Hemingway Society, and the 30th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf.

Book Review: John Dos Passos’s Transatlantic Chronicling: Critical Essays on the Interwar Years.

The University of Tennessee Press, $65 John Dos Passos’s Transatlantic Chronicling: Critical Essays on the Interwar Years (ed. Aaron Shaheen and Rosa Maria Bautista-Cordero) spotlights John Dos Passos’s (1896-1970) interwar writing career in consideration to his self-reputed role as a contemporary ‘chronicler’. This volume of essays is split into four… Continue reading