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For the next three decades, his fiction shuttled back and forth between Gibbsville and New York. Many of his short stories have stood the test of time, but as a novelist he never surpassed his first efforts.
His novels of the mid-thirties are his classics, and they deserve to be much more famous than they are.
When he was drinking roughly, from to , he was notorious for picking fights with whoever had the bad luck to be standing at the other end of a bar.
Sobriety curbed his temper, but not his violent yearning for recognition or his self-punishing snobbery. He was addicted to the tokens of success. It was a sort of obsession of his.
To his lasting chagrin, he never attended college. When he was still in high school, his father died suddenly, leaving the family penniless. He was morbidly conscious of being Irish American. On the topics of class, sex, and alcohol—that is, the topics that mattered to him—his novels amount to a secret history of American life.