Person Detail: Floyd Dell
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|Full Name: Floyd Dell|
Novelist, book reviewer, editor, poet, editor of the Masses. Dell worked in Chicago in the Friday Literary Review of the Chicago Evening Post. In 1913, Dell left Chicago for New York and joined MAX EASTMAN at his paper the Masses. He settled in Greenwich Village. He and the Masses staff in 1917 were indicted for conspiring to "obstruct recruiting and enlistment to the injury of the service." He then became associate editor of the Liberator. In 1919, he left Greenwich for Croton-on-Hudson, where he remained until 1935. Works include "Moon-Calf" (1920), a novel; and "Upton Sinclair: A Study in Social Protest" (1927).
Moved to Croton-On-Hudson, NY
"Upton Sinclair: A Study in Social Protest"
New York County
Settled in Greenwich Village, NY