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Editorial Reviews. Review. In dark times, Miss Lonelyhearts shines the brightest light in the Quicksand: A Library of America eBook Classic · Nella Larsen. Read "Miss Lonelyhearts" by Nathanael West available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Day after day, 'Miss Lonelyhearts'. Read "Miss Lonelyhearts" by Nathanael West available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get £3 off your first download. Miss Lonelyhearts, published in.

Nathanel didn't really appreciate the qualities of an academic education. He forged his high school transcript to gain admission to Tufts and to get into Brown University appropriated the transcript of a fellow Tufts student who, conveniently, was also named Nathan Weinstein. However he did read extensively; French surrealists and British and Irish poets of the s with a focus on unusual literary styles and content. Moving to Paris for three months he changed his name to Nathanael West. Although West had been writing since college, it was only at this job that he found enough time to write.

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Subjects Fiction Literature. Nathanel didn't really appreciate the qualities of an academic education.

The Day of the Locust and Miss Lonelyhearts

He forged his high school transcript to gain admission to Tufts and to get into Brown University appropriated the transcript of a fellow Tufts student who, conveniently, was also named Nathan Weinstein.

However he did read extensively; French surrealists and British and Irish poets of the s with a focus on unusual literary styles and content.

Moving to Paris for three months he changed his name to Nathanael West. Although West had been writing since college, it was only at this job that he found enough time to write. By he published Miss Lonelyhearts. In , he was summoned to Hollywood as a contract scriptwriter for Columbia Pictures.

With the advent of he published a third novel, A Cool Million.

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