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Red Midnight - Phillips, Thomas Hal
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In a fit of rage over an insult to his father's grave, young Marcus Oday kills his friend Obie's father, is convicted of manslaughter, and is sentenced to a term in the state penitentiary. Sensitive, vulnerable, and afraid, Marcus is rescued by an older convict named Mims, who tenderly shields him from harm. In the turbulent prison world, where the jolting code phrase of "Red Midnight" is the signal that a prisoner has escaped, an intimate, soulful affection develops between Marcus and his guardian. It blends brotherhood, friendship, and love. When Thomas Hal Phillips's "Red Midnight" begins, Marcus Oday is newly paroled from prison. In some ways, he would like nothing better than to go back. Charged with mystery and vivid characterizations, the novel is a distinctive coming-of-age story that examines the bonds between family members and between friends and exposes the tensions that can tear them apart. Like other novels by Phillips, "Red Midnight" is set in the rustic hill country of northern Mississippi close to the primal, natural earth. The clash of human wills, the quest for new identity, and the life-altering encounter with profound friendship are Phillips's themes. His focus falls on the alienated, heart-sick hero, who, without his beloved father and his French mother, now faces life without Mims. A tale of a young man discovering himself, "Red Midnight" is a haunting evocation of Mississippi during the years after World War II. As the acclaimed author of five novels published in the 1940s and 1950s, Thomas Hal Phillips was in the last wave of the Southern Literary Renaissance. He went on to achieve success as a screenwriter in Hollywood, working extensively with filmmaker Robert Altman. In "Red Midnight," after a forty-year absence, Phillips returns masterfully to fiction. Thomas Hal Phillips received the O. Henry award and two Guggenheim fellowships. He collaborated in writing the screenplays of Robert Altman's "Nashville" and "Thieves Like Us." Two of his novels, "The Loved and the Unloved" and "Kangaroo Hollow," are available from University Press of Mississippi. He lives in Kossuth, Miss. Red Midnight Phillips, Thomas Hal The first new novel in forty years from the acclaimed writer of books and screenplays

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In a fit of rage over an insult to his father's grave, young Marcus Oday kills his friend Obie's father, is convicted of manslaughter, and is sentenced to a term in the state penitentiary. Sensitive, vulnerable, and afraid, Marcus is rescued by an older convict named Mims, who tenderly shields him from harm. In the turbulent prison world, where the jolting code phrase of "Red Midnight" is the signal that a prisoner has escaped, an intimate, soulful affection develops between Marcus and his guardian. It blends brotherhood, friendship, and love. When Thomas Hal Phillips's "Red Midnight" begins, Marcus Oday is newly paroled from prison. In some ways, he would like nothing better than to go back. Charged with mystery and vivid characterizations, the novel is a distinctive coming-of-age story that examines the bonds between family members and between friends and exposes the tensions that can tear them apart. Like other novels by Phillips, "Red Midnight" is set in the rustic hill country of northern Mississippi close to the primal, natural earth. The clash of human wills, the quest for new identity, and the life-altering encounter with profound friendship are Phillips's themes. His focus falls on the alienated, heart-sick hero, who, without his beloved father and his French mother, now faces life without Mims. A tale of a young man discovering himself, "Red Midnight" is a haunting evocation of Mississippi during the years after World War II. As the acclaimed author of five novels published in the 1940s and 1950s, Thomas Hal Phillips was in the last wave of the Southern Literary Renaissance. He went on to achieve success as a screenwriter in Hollywood, working extensively with filmmaker Robert Altman. In "Red Midnight," after a forty-year absence, Phillips returns masterfully to fiction. Thomas Hal Phillips received the O. Henry award and two Guggenheim fellowships. He collaborated in writing the screenplays of Robert Altman's "Nashville" and "Thieves Like Us." Two of his novels, "The Loved and the Unloved" and "Kangaroo Hollow," are available from University Press of Mississippi. He lives in Kossuth, Miss. Red Midnight Phillips, Thomas Hal, University Press of Mississippi

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In a fit of rage over an insult to his father's grave, young Marcus Oday kills his friend Obie's father, is convicted of manslaughter, and is sentenced to a term in the state penitentiary. Sensitive, vulnerable, and afraid, Marcus is rescued by an older convict named Mims, who tenderly shields him from harm. In the turbulent prison world, where the jolting code phrase of "Red Midnight" is the signal that a prisoner has escaped, an intimate, soulful affection develops between Marcus and his guardian. It blends brotherhood, friendship, and love. When Thomas Hal Phillips's Red Midnight begins, Marcus Oday is newly paroled from prison. In some ways, he would like nothing better than to go back. Charged with mystery and vivid characterizations, the novel is a distinctive coming-of-age story that examines the bonds between family members and between friends and exposes the tensions that can tear them apart. Like other novels by Phillips, Red Midnight is set in the rustic hill country of northern Mississippi close to the primal, natural earth. The clash of human wills, the quest for new identity, and the life-altering encounter with profound friendship are Phillips's themes. His focus falls on the alienated, heart-sick hero, who, without his beloved father and his French mother, now faces life without Mims. A tale of a young man discovering himself, Red Midnight is a haunting evocation of Mississippi during the years after World War II. As contemporary,genre fiction,historical,historical fiction,literature and fiction Historical Fiction, University Press of Mississippi

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI, 306 Seiten, L=213mm, B=148mm, H=27mm, Gew.=544gr, [GR: 11000 - HC/Belletristik], [SW: - Fiction - General], Gebunden, Klappentext: The first new novel in forty years from the acclaimed writer of books and screenplays The first new novel in forty years from the acclaimed writer of books and screenplays

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Red Midnight
Autor:

Phillips, Thomas Hal

Titel:

Red Midnight

ISBN-Nummer:

9781578064748

The first new novel in forty years from the acclaimed writer of books and screenplays

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781578064748
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1578064740
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
306 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,544 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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