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5%OFFCharles Neider - The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones - 9781784975135 - V9781784975135
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The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones

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Description for The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones Paperback. A stark and violent exploration of an American myth, this is a novel about the doomed gunslinger Billy the Kid. Editor(s): Schmidt, Michael. Num Pages: 288 pages. BIC Classification: FA. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 132 x 198 x 20. Weight in Grams: 262.
Nowadays, I understand, the tourists come for miles to see Hendry Jones' grave out on the Punta del Diablo and to debate whether his bones are there or not... A stark and violent depiction of one of America's most alluring folk heroes, the mythical doomed gunslinger. Set on the majestic coast of Southern California, Doc Baker narrates his tale of the Kid's capture, trial, escape and eventual murder. Written in spare and subtle prose, this is one of the great literary treatments of America's obsession with the rule of the gun.

Product Details

Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Publisher
Apollo
Condition
New
Number of Pages
288
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781784975135
SKU
V9781784975135
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About Charles Neider
CHARLES NEIDER (1915-2001) was a Jewish refugee from Odessa who became a scholar of the works of Mark Twain. The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones was the basis of the only film directed by Marlon Brando, One-Eyed Jacks.

Reviews for The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones
'Great westerns are both mythic and defiantly down to earth, as is this powerful ballet of menace' Irish Times. 'Neider's book is better than any other book on the subject of men, horses and death, except Isaac Babel's Red Cavalry. Not a far-fetched comparison when you consider that Neider - though American-raised - was Odessa-born' Clive Sinclair.

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