Biography of Louis Adamic (1899-1951)

American Narrator of Balkan origin, born in Blato (on the island of Korcula, currently belonging to Croatia) in 1899 and died in Riegelsville (New Jersey) in 1951. After having emigrated to the United States of America, brilliantly stormed in the literary landscape of his adopted country with the release of Laughing in the Jungle (1932), an entertaining and rigorous description of American society as referred to from the impressions and vicissitudes of a citizen from another place, which is forced to adapt to it. Soon after, already fully integrated into the United States, Louis Adamic became one of the best exponents of the narrative of American in the second quarter of the 20th century, with some so celebrated novels by critics and readers as the titled The Native completo Return (1934), My America, 1928-1938 (1938), From Many Lands (1940), My Native Land (1943), A Nation of Nations (1945) and Dinner at the White House (1946).