Thomas Wolfe

Thomas Wolfe

Thomas Wolfe, a periodic instructor in the Department of English at New York University from 1924 to 1930, published his first and most famous novel, Look Homeward, Angel, in 1929. Wolfe taught an English class at the School of Architecture at the time that his book was being published. Wolfe liked the name of one of the students in the class, Zamschnick, so much that he named a character in the book after him.

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