John Fante

John Fante

Fante's early years were spent in relative poverty. The son of an Italian born father, Nicola Fante, and an Italian-American mother, Mary Capolungo, Fante was educated in various Catholic schools in Boulder, Colorado and briefly attended the University of Colorado.In 1929, he dropped out of college and moved to Southern California to concentrate on his writing. He lived and worked in Wilmington, Long Beach, and in the Bunker Hill district of downtown Los Angeles, California.He is known to be one of the first writers to portray the tough times faced by many writers in L.A. His work and style has influenced such similar authors as "Poet Laureate of Skid Row" Charles Bukowski and influential beat writer Jack Kerouac. He was proclaimed by Time Out magazine as one of Americas “criminally neglected writers."
Wait Until Spring, Bandini, John Fante
Dreams from Bunker Hill, John Fante
Ask the Dust, John Fante
John Fante
Ask the Dust
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The John Fante Reader, John Fante, Stephen Cooper
John Fante, Stephen Cooper
The John Fante Reader
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The Road to Los Angeles, John Fante
1933 Was A Bad Year, John Fante
The Big Hunger, John Fante
John Fante
The Big Hunger
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John Fante Selected Letters 1932–1981, John Fante
West of Rome, John Fante
John Fante
West of Rome
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The Wine of Youth, John Fante
The Brotherhood of the Grape, John Fante
Full of Life, John Fante
John Fante
Full of Life
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