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The Disenchanted (Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage)

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – October 2012
Considered by some to be Budd Schulberg’s masterpiece, The Disenchanted tells the tragic story of Manley Halliday, a fabulously successful writer during the 1920s—a golden figure in a golden age—who by the late 1930s is forgotten by the literary establishment, living in Hollywood and writing for the film industry. Halliday is hired to work on a screenplay with a young writer in his twenties named Shep, who is desperate for success and idolizes Halliday. The two are sent to New York City, where a few drinks on the plane begin an epic disintegration on the part of Halliday due to the forces of alcoholism he is heroically fighting against and the powerful draw of memory and happier times. Based in part on a real-life and ill-fated writing assignment between the author and F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1939, Schulberg’s novel is at its heart a masterful depiction of Manley Halliday—at times bitter, at others sympathetic and utterly sorrowful—and The Disenchanted stands as one of the most compelling and emotional evocations of generational disillusionment and fallen American stardom.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780816679355
ISBN-10: 0816679355
Pagini: 400
Dimensiuni: 140 x 210 x 28 mm
Greutate: 0.48 kg
Editura: University of Minnesota Press
Colecția Univ Of Minnesota Press
Seria Fesler-Lampert Minnesota Heritage


Notă biografică

Budd Schulberg (1914–2009) was born in New York City and grew up in Hollywood, where his father was production chief of Paramount Studios and his mother a successful agent. His many novels include the classic What Makes Sammy Run? and The Harder They Fall, and his screenplay for On the Waterfront earned Schulberg an Academy Award in 1954.