The Gates of Hell

The Gates of Hell None
  • Title: The Gates of Hell
  • Author: Calder Willingham
  • ISBN: 9780583103541
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
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  • Calder Willingham

    Calder Willingham, born Dec 22, 1922, Atlanta, Ga died Feb 19, 1995, Laconia, N.H U.S novelist and screenwriter who, was lionized at the age of 24 after the publication of the explicit End as a Man 1947 , a graphic and lurid account of life at a southern military school resembling South Carolina s Citadel, where Willingham was enrolled for one year The novel, which achieved commercial success after the publisher was unsuccessfully prosecuted for obscenity, was made into a film called The Strange One 1957 Willingham was grouped with such other young writers as Gore Vidal, Norman Mailer, and Truman Capote, all of whom employed the same gritty realism His success was not repeated in his other novels, however, and he explored that theme in his last book, The Big Nickel 1975 In later years Willingham gained success as a screenwriter with such credits as Paths of Glory 1957 , The Vikings 1958 , One Eyed Jacks 1961 , The Graduate 1967 , Little Big Man 1970 , and Rambling Rose 1991 , an adaptation of his same titled 1972 novel Shortly before his death he finished an original screenplay for Steven Spielberg.

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  • weirdest book i ve ever read can t say i understood a single story possibly it was all a joke i mean i m sure some of it was definitely funny, or supposed to be funny can t say any of it was really actually funny funny really felt like i was reading a book from a different universe, not just a different time the word gibberish kept popping into my mindally weird experience also, the blurb on the back is amazing this is a book of short stories btw Calder Willingham s name has become linked with t [...]


  • An interlibrary loan from the Bates College library Way to Bates I might be the only person who s ever checked it out in 60 years.The eternal rectangle in which CW indulges his inner misogynist After all, however, it s only 1951 Suitably amusing Sorry ladies the bellhop character Reach for the Stars and Geraldine Bradshaw our ditsy narrator says you see 4 5 times UGH VERY 1930 s 40 s movie stuff.Moving along through what have so far been short sketches rather than short stories as CW s indulges [...]


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