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Fried (American literature, Kent State U.) examines the portrayal of the American city in the writings of Jacob Riis, Lewis Mumford, James T. Farrell, and Paul Goodman, four authors whose works are centrally concerned with the urban experience, and who find in the city and its institutions the power
Lewis Fredrick Fried, American literature educator. Member Phi Beta Kappa.
Fried, Lewis Fredrick was born on January 29, 1943 in New York City. Son of Abraham Isaac and Tillie Gertrude (Feldman) Fried.
Bachelor, Queens College, 1964. Master of Arts, Queens College, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1969.
Assistant professor Kent (Ohio) State University, 1969-1975, associate professor, 1976-1988, professor American literature, since 1989. Adjunct professor Cleveland College Jewish Studies, 1992-1993. Exchange professor Kent State University/Karl Marx University, Germany, 1985-1986.
Fulbright professor, Turkey, 1989-1990, Norway, 1993-1994. Research professor University Rome, 2005. Editor: La Grande Emigrazione, 2006.