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Edward Dahlberg

Edward Dahlberg (July 22, 1900 – February 27, 1977) was an American novelist, essayist and autobiographer.

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Edward Dahlberg - Selected Works
... Heart Maxims 1966 Cipango’s Hinder Door, poems 1967 The Dahlberg Reader 1967 Epitaphs of Our Times, letters 1967 The Leafless American, miscellany 1968 The Carnal Myth A Search ...

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