Shane (New Windmills KS4) Hardcover – 10 Jan 2013
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This edition reprints the original text of the novel (in 1954 it was edited to remove words that might offend). In addition, the best critical essays about Schaefer and about Shane are included to provide historical and comparative background. An interview with Jack Schaefer and an afterword written by him complete this volume. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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My book though, (second Hand), had a lot of jottings in the margins as though somebody had been studying it for an exam. That did not take away from the story but I believe the seller should have mentioned it
As with Hombre it's difficult to avoid thinking about the movie, and I kept wondering why Hollywood dressed Alan Ladd in buckskins, when the Shane of the novel is clearly a well dressed man in black!
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My son was reading this in school as a class novel, and having seen the film (YEARS ago!), I thought I'd take a look. I didn't put it down until I'd finished it, at 2:30am. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JK
ONE OF MY GRANDDADS FAVOURITE FILMS SO I DECIDED TO GET HIM THE BOOK AS A GIFT. HE WAS VERY HAPPY.Published 9 months ago by DAWP
I always did love this novel of this cowboy drama seen through a child's eyes. Timeless.Published 9 months ago by A. Thompson
Excellent, well worth the read. It gives a slightly different view on the characters in the film.Published 19 months ago by Mr NG Potter
They teach this book in English schools and a young boy's admiration for the gunslinger; the filed down barrel of the gun seems glamorous, where adults know it is dangerous. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dan Smith