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A Rediscovery of Wolfe's England

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Thomas Wolfe went to England in 1924, the first of four extended trips he made there. Most of his LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL was written in London and Oxford, and since the publishing of his journals in 1970, it is now possible to follow his trek through England. While in Chelsea, Wolfe often wrote 3,000 words a day of his novel. In 1927, Wolfe tired of England and went to Germany which he much preferred.
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 44 Issue 1, June 1976, p17-18, il