Published September 12, 1966
by Vintage .
Written in English
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The Reivers: A Remembrance and a great selection of related books, Book may have a remainder mark or be a price cutter. Seller Inventory # BU More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Reivers V Faulkner, William. Published by Vintage () ISBN ISBN This book is exactly what I wanted to learn more about the who and what the Reivers were. The author lays out the reasons for the Reivers and then goes into a more detailed history. One thing I appreciate about this book is that the author, on almost every other page, blocks off a few words about the culture, the language, the off beat Reviews: The Reivers: A Reminiscence, published in , is the last novel by the American author William bestselling novel was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in Faulkner previously won this award for his book A Fable, making him one of only four authors to be awarded it more than many of his earlier works, it is a straightforward narration and eschews the. The Reivers (also known as The Yellow Winton Flyer in the UK) is a Technicolor film in Panavision starring Steve McQueen and directed by Mark Rydell based on the William Faulkner novel The Reivers, a Reminiscence. The supporting cast includes Sharon Farrell, Rupert Crosse, Mitch Vogel, and Burgess Meredith as the narrator.
Picture of dust jacket where original $ price is found for The Reivers. Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of The Reivers. This is a picture of the first edition boards for The Reivers. Notice that there is no book club blind stamp on the bottom right corner. Picture of the back dust jacket flap for The Reivers. To reveal too much of the plot would be a discourtesy to the reader, for this is a book which moves on the wheels of breathless suspense. It may be said, however, that one day in eleven-year-old Lucius Priest—certain to become one of the most cherished striplings in literature—“borrowed” his grandfather’s automobile, with the tacit connivance of two older friends: the part. One of Faulkner’s comic masterpieces, The Reivers is a picaresque that tells of three unlikely car thieves from rural Mississippi. Eleven-year-old Lucius Priest is persuaded by Boon Hogganbeck, one of his family’s retainers, to steal his grandfather’s car and make a trip to Memphis. The Reivers is a beautiful novel, cataloging four days in the life of a young, impressionable boy, through whose journey readers experience both the positive and the negative aspects of simply being alive. Lucius Priest is an eleven-year-old boy living in virtually rural Jefferson, Mississippi in