Individual Author Record
Farrell was born and raised in Chicago. He attended the University of Chicago and wrote about Irish-American culture in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional Information
James T. Farrell was an American novelist and is best known for his writings which focused on Irish-American culture in Chicago. He began writing when he was 21 years old.
The Studs Lonigan Trilogy, 1935 - reprinted by Avon in 1973The O'Neill - O'Flaherty Pentalogy, 1936 - 1953The Bernard Carr Trilogy, 1946 - 1952The Universe of Time, 1963 - 1966Lonely for the Future, Doubleday, 1966Slum Street U.S.A., Horizon Publishing, 1967A Brand New Life, Doubleday, 1968Invisible Swords, 1971Judgement Day, Avon, 1973Father and Son (The Irish Americans), Ayer Co. Pub.James T. Farrell, Literary Essays, 1954-1974, Assoc. Faculty Press, 1976The Death of Nora Ryan, Doubleday, 1978
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