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Best Deals & eBook Download The Beaver Papers - 30th Anniversary Edition: The Story of the Lost Season by Gerard Jones

Author
Gerard Jones
Publisher
Atomic Drop Press
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Pages
148
ISBN
9780982766941
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Paperback
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Thirty years ago, The Beaver Papers chronicled the efforts of the world’s literary community to save the iconic sitcom Leave It to Beaver from cancellation. Along with a behind-the scenes look at what went on at the studio during that enchanted summer, the book contained such scripts as Tennessee Williams’s Beaver on a Hot Tin Roof, Yukio Mishima’s The Sound of Beaver, Jack Webb’s Red Beaver, and Ernest Hemingway’s A Clean, Well-Lighted Beaver, as well as such classic homages as Herman Hesse’s Beaverwolf and Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Cleaver...twenty-five scripts that destroyed once and for all the shadowy border between high art and popular culture. Now, for this 30th Anniversary Edition, we present the entire original edition, along with a new introduction from the authors, a foreword by Lionel Endenberry (The Max Kleinman Reader), and a sneak preview of two scripts from the long-awaited sequel, The Beaver Papers 2, coming soon from Atomic Drop Press.


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