Waiting For Nothing

 · WAITING FOR NOTHING, a novel and other writings by Tom Kromer is important both historically and as a unique literary achievement. It is one of the most authentic, as well as beautifully written, fiction documents of the Great Depression. Kromer lived the life he describes in this novel/5.

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Waiting for Nothing, first published in , is a sobering, first-hand account of the author's life as a homeless man during the Great Depression of the s. The book, a classic portrayal of the brutality and inhumaness of the time, was written while author Tom Kromer () was working at a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in.


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  1. Waiting for Nothing, first published in , is a sobering, first-hand account of the author's life as a homeless man during the Great Depression of the s. The book, a classic portrayal of the brutality and inhumaness of the time, was written while author Tom Kromer () was working at a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in California, and was his only completed by:

  2. Waiting for Nothing, Kromer's only completed novel, is largely autobiographical and was written at a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in California. It tells the story of one man drifting through America, east coast to west, main stem to side street, endlessly searching for "three hots and a Cited by: 4.

  3. Waiting for Nothing was first published in , in the throes of the Great Depression, when millions of Americans were out of work and struggling to survive. The only completed novel by Tom Kromer ( - ) is the artistic expression of this mode of life. His narrator speaks with truth and power about the stark realities of his existence, allowing the reader to experience alongside him the horrors of jumping .

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