Dahlberg, Edward

   American novelist. Born in Boston, he lived a vagabond existence and eventually settled in Europe. His novels Bottom Dogs and From Flushing to Calvary reflect his early childhood experiences. His Those who Perish deals with the impact of Nazism on a small American Jewish community. His later works include Can these Bones Live, Flea of Sodom, The Sorrows of Priapus and Truth Is More Sacred.

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  • DAHLBERG, EDWARD — (1900–1977), U.S. novelist and critic. Born in Boston, Dahlberg was the illegitimate son of a Kansas City barber and had a miserable childhood, being committed first to a Catholic, and later to a Jewish, orphanage, remaining in the latter from… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Dahlberg, Edward — (1900–77)    American writer. Dahlberg was born in Boston, the illegitimate son of a hairdresser. After an unsettled childhood, he and his mother settled in Kansas City, but he was later transferred to an orphanage in Cleveland. After high school …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Edward Dahlberg — (July 22 1900 – February 27 1977) was an American novelist and essayist.BackgroundDahlberg was born in Boston to Elizabeth Dahlberg. Mother and son wandered through the southern and western United States until 1905, when she opened a barber shop… …   Wikipedia

  • Dahlberg — is a Swedish surname. Bearers of the family name Dahlberg include the following: People Arthur C. Dahlberg (1896 1964), American dairy scientist Erik Dahlbergh (1625–1703), Swedish count, engineer, soldier, and field marshal Edward Dahlberg… …   Wikipedia

  • Edward — /ed weuhrd/, n. 1. Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall ( The Black Prince ), 1330 76, English military leader (son of Edward III). 2. Lake, a lake in central Africa, between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo: a source of the Nile.… …   Universalium

  • Edward — (as used in expressions) Abbey, Edward Acheson, Edward Goodrich Acton (de Aldenham), John Emerich Edward Dahlberg Acton, 1 barón Albee, Edward (Franklin) Edward Teach Bax, Sir Arnold (Edward Trevor) Bellamy, Edward Bernays, Edward L. Charles… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Acton (de Aldenham), John Emerich Edward Dahlberg Acton, 1er barón — (10 ene. 1834, Nápoles, Reino de Nápoles–19 jun. 1902, Tegernsee, Baviera, Imperio alemán). Historiador inglés. Fue miembro de la Cámara de los Comunes (1859–65). Editor de la revista católica mensual The Rambler (1859–64), renunció debido a que… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Acton (of Aldenham), John Emerich Edward Dahlberg Acton, 1st Baron — born Jan.10, 1834, Naples, Kingdom of Naples died June 19, 1902, Tegernsee, Bavaria, German Empire English historian. He served in the House of Commons (1859–65). Editor of the Roman Catholic monthly The Rambler (1859–64), he resigned because of… …   Universalium

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  • The Day After — This article is about the 1983 television film. For other uses, see The Day After (disambiguation). The Day After The Day After DVD cover Genre …   Wikipedia

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