Streets of Night
First published in 1923, Streets of Night has long been out of print. This edition, based on the first American printing, includes the autograph changes Dos Passos made in the manuscripts and provides supplementary material, textual notes, the substantive variants between the American and British first editions, and Dos Passos's diary entries about the novel.
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