John Dos Passos

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.U.S.A.193840.61
2Add to wishlist.Manhattan Transfer192531.34
3Add to wishlist.The Big Money193622.73
4Add to wishlist.Three Soldiers192121.18
5Add to wishlist.The 42nd Parallel 193018.11
6Add to wishlist.One Man's Initiation192013.36
7Add to wishlist.Nineteen Nineteen193212.88
8Add to wishlist.Rosinante to the Road Again192211.58
9Add to wishlist.Adventures of a Young Man193910.49
10Add to wishlist.District of Columbia19529.87
11Add to wishlist.Streets of Night19238.63
12Add to wishlist.A Pushcart at the Curb19224.58

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