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From Here to Eternity

Jones, James

Editore: Delacorte Press, 1980
ISBN 10: 0440027519 / ISBN 13: 9780440027515
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Titolo: From Here to Eternity

Casa editrice: Delacorte Press

Data di pubblicazione: 1980

Condizione libro: very good


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Riassunto: Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best novels of all time


Diamond Head, Hawaii, 1941. Pvt. Robert E. Lee Prewitt is a champion welterweight and a fine bugler. But when he refuses to join the company?s boxing team, he gets ?the treatment? that may break him or kill him. First Sgt. Milton Anthony Warden knows how to soldier better than almost anyone, yet he?s risking his career to have an affair with his commanding officer?s wife. Both Warden and Prewitt are bound by a common bond: The Army is their heart and blood?and, possibly, their death.
This new edition features an Afterword by George Hendrick, a James Jones scholar, who discusses the novel?s origin and eventual censorship at the hands of its first publisher. Now the original language has at last been restored to the most important American novel to come out of World War II. From Here to Eternity re-creates the authentic soldier experience and captures, like nothing else, the honor and savagery of man.
Foreword by William Styron        
?A work of genius.? ?Saturday Review
?Extraordinary and utterly irresistible . . . a compelling and compassionate story.? ?Los Angeles Times
?A blockbuster of a book . . . raw and brutal and angry.? ?The New York Times
?Ferocious . . . the most realistic and forceful novel I?ve read about life in the army.? ?The New Yorker

Recensione: This is a long, satisfying, commanding novel of the soldiers who were poised on the brink of real manhood when World War II flung them unceremoniously into that abyss. Private Robert E. Lee Prewitt is the nonconformist hero who refuses to box at Schofield Barracks and is slowly destroyed by his own rebelliousness. Around him, others are fighing their own small battles--and losing. It's worth noting that Jones' 1951 audience was shocked by his frank language and the sexual preoccupations of his characters.

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