Chronology of World, British and American Literature.
Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall. American. 1934. Novel. Pitcairn’s Island. Mutineers’ life on the tiny Pacific island for twenty years.
F. Scott Fitzgerald. American. 1934. Novel. Tender Is the Night. Patient marries her psychiatrist, then leaves him to alcoholism and dissolution.
Henry Miller. American. 1935. Autobiography. Tropic of Cancer. History of Miller’s life in
during the early 1930s. Penniless, starving. After complete physical and spiritual degradation, he comes back to joy in life. Paris