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➥ [Epub] ➟ Shane By Jack Schaefer ➯ – Tushna-hram.ru A stranger rode out of the heart of the great glowing West into the small Wyoming valley in the summer of 1889 It was Shane who appeared on the horizon and became a friend and guardian to the StarrettS classic novel illuminates the spirit of the West through the eyes of a young boy and a hero who changes the lives of everyone around him Renowned artist Wendell Minor provides stunning images and a moving introduction to this new edition of Shane the ultimate tale of the Western landscape

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Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Schaefer was born in Cleveland Ohio the son of an attorney He graduated from Oberlin College in with a major in English He attended graduate school at Columbia University from but left without completing his Master of Arts degree He then went to work for the United Press In his long career as a journalist he would hold editorial positions at many eastern publications Schaefer.

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  • Matthew

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefFantastic storytelling A great classic Western All the elements needed A dark and mysterious stranger A passionate narrator The oppression of the little people The evil cattle Baron Gunslingers Clever one liners Riding off into the sunset Even if you don't like westerns if you enjoy a good well written story I think you will enjoy this one also it isn't very long so it is a nice uick read


  • Jay Schutt

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefWas just reminded of reading this one in school all those years ago Great story and really enjoyed it


  • Checkman

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefA classic that is than a western It's also a story about one of the myths of the United States the heroic Lone Hero on the Frontier Shane is the embodiment of the Lone Hero; the man who shares the values of civilized society but has the destructive skills of the outlawHe rides out of the wilderness to aid the band of pioneers and take on the land grabbing cattle barons in a violent but satisfying bloodletting In 2012 this is a cliche but as I have pointed out in the past when reviewing older stories Shane is the archetype It still has a freshness because it's one of the first of it's typeIn reality such men never existed The real world is messy Shane is a mythical individual but what makes Shane the character wo


  • Edward Lorn

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefShane was my father's favorite movie I remember watching it with him on many occasions The film remains one of the only positive memories I have of my old man I was never a fan of westerns but as a kid who desperately wanted his father's approval approval that I might add would never come; he's been dead since 2011 I'd force myself to consume the things he liked in the hopes that I might become one of those thingsAnd then I grew up and realized my father wasn't someone whose approval I should be concerned with Still the film adaptation of this book remains one of my favorite movies if for no other reason than that it was something I shared with my father The book itself


  • Charles van Buren

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefA deceptively simple taleReview of Kindle editionPublication date May 14 2017Publisher University of New Mexico PressLanguage EnglishASIN B0725P6KR2A great piece of American literature which happens to be a western but is much than just a well written western stor


  • Mike (the Paladin)

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefGood book This is another where the movie will probably forever be better known than the novel itself In this case it's also a good movieit happens now and then you know As they say even a blind hog finds an acorn occasionallyAnywayShane The book opens with the almost stereotypical dark rider riding through and meeting a family whom he befriends But if you think about itthis is one or the characters that established the stereotype So he Shane becomes almost a part of said family This novel rests strongly on some very well done


  • Gary

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefI read this book in high school in Sopho English class The teacher I had was wonderfuland she was out 8 weeks due to surgery Thank God she was with us when we readand discussed this book I don't really remember the discussion in class much but I did remember that I loved this book when I was a kidthen after reading it the first time in 1976I wondered why she had it on our class roster of novels to readsohere I am 2012and I downloaded it onto my NOOK I was prepared to be disappointed reading it again after all these yearsand being so much older and wisersupposedlyWell after finishing it last night the verdict is inI loved it


  • Ben Loory

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefjesus christ what a beautiful book i'm tempted to call it holy there's a part of me that wants to read it every day from now until the end of my life Where was Shane? I hurried toward the barn I was almost to it when I saw him out by the pasture He was staring over it and the grazing steers at the great lonely mountains tipped with the gold of the sun now rushing down behind them As I watched he stretched his arms up the fingers reaching to their utmost limits grasping and grasping it seemed at the glory glowing in the sky


  • Conor

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaef There's no living with a killing There's no going back from it Right or wrong it's a brand a brand that sticks There's no going back Now you run on home to your mother and tell her tell her everything's alright and there aren't any guns in the valley Watched Shane for the 3rd or 4th time over the Christmas the first time I've seen it since seeing Logan over the summer which referenced extensively so I thought I'd drop one of my iconic not read the book reviews Shane is best remembered by me at least as a film with great scenes the opening scene the bar fight the final scene but rewatching it I was struck by how well those scenes were tied together by everything else in between The cinematography is beautiful the characters are well drawn and acted and the tone and feeling throughout the film is greatOne of my favourite films from last year Logan referenced Shane uite a bit and it's easy to draw parallels between them especially as Shane is one of


  • robin friedman

    Shane AUTHOR Jack Schaefer mobi Î Hardcover Ð Jack Schaefer Shane AUTHOR Jack SchaefShane For Independence DayEach year for the Fourth of July I try to review a book that captures something of the spirit of the day and of our country This year I chose Jack Schaefer's 1949 book Shane his first novel and the source of the famous 1953 film of the same name directed by George Stevens starring Alan Ladd and with a screenplay by the Western novelist AB Guthrie I chose this book for Independence Day because of the sense of promise it shows for the United States and because of the book's sense of vision and myth making ualities which our country sorely needs in difficult timesSchaefer's novel is set in Wyoming territory in 1889 and is narrated in the first person by Bob Starrett who at the time of the story he tells as an adult was eleven years old At the outset of the story Bob is enad by a mysterious well dressed stranger who rides from a distance to the small family farm of his parents Joe and Marian Starrett The family are homesteaders tryi