From Death to Morning Author:Thomas Wolfe Titles by Thomas Wolfe in The Scribner Library — Of Time and River "Young Faustus" and "Telemachus" These two books of the orginal novel--taking Eufene Gant through his experience at Harvard and as a teacher in New York, the death of his father and his farwell to the South--have a complete unityof them and can be read and enjoyed as a novel in th... more »emselves. (SL106)
From Death to Morning. A collection of fourteen short stories including "No Door," "Death of a Proud Brother," "The Face of the War," "Only the Daed Know Brooklyn," "The Four Lost Men," "Gulliver," "The Web of Earth." (SL 117)
Look Homewood, Angel. A novel depicting the coming of age of Eugene Gant, his boyhood in North Carolina and his growing passion to experiene all of life--Wolfe's first and probably mosy widely read book.
Born is Ashville, NC in 1900, Thomas Wolfe was educated there, and the University of North Carolina and at Harvard. He became an instructor in English at New York University in 1924, serving intermittenly until 1930. He traveled extensively thereafter in Europe and in America. He died in Baltimore, Maryland in 1938.« less