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by Calder Willingham
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Willingham always considered film work secondary to his books. Rambling Rose (1972), his next novel, was an autobiographical story about his childhood in Georgia featuring comic characterizations of his parents and siblings.
by. Willingham, Calder, 1922-1995. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Sanderia on February 26, 2010.
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Novelist and screenwriter Calder Willingham's The Gates of Hell was his lone book of short stories. DXJZS/?tag prabook0b-20.
I’m taken by photos like the one above, which is of a house owned by one William Wilkinson, which stood at 69 College Street in Providence, Rhode Island. It’s a beautiful Federal style home, very classic New England, built in 1818. Somebody–many people–lived here over the years. In this house, husbands and wives made love, argued and made up, probably children were born, probably somebody died, there were arguments perhaps over money, politics or business, there were dreadfully hot summer days and bone chilling winter nights, and life went on. We know virtually none of it.
Calder Willingham's last novel, Eternal Fire, aroused, if little else, some critical differences on whether it was the work of a satyr or a satirist. The same purposeless point could be made here in this raunchy Robinson Crusoe with some 599 pages of featherbedding down in a cave or on the pricklier stubble of an island off Central America. In fact Jim Kittering who finds himself there with Florence Carr, a Lesbian writer, and one Melody, the deprived wife of a missionary, services both of them equally and equally well by the end of their four months' stay there.
by Calder Willingham. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780440171348.