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Daniel Fuchs

(1909—1993)


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(1909–1993),

New York City writer whose Summer in Williamsburg (1934), Homage to Blenholt (1936), and Low Company (1937) attracted little attention until republished as Three Novels (1961), when they were praised as a moving depiction of the humor and pathos of Lower East Side Jewish life. During his later years as a Hollywood script writer he published a fourth novel, West of the Rockies (1971), set in Hollywood, and collected stories and sketches in The Apathetic Bookie Joint (1979).

Subjects: Literature.


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