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From Here to Eternity

This edition includes an afterword by George hendrick, who discusses the novel's origin and eventual censorship at the hands of its first publisher. The original language has been restored.

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  • "From Here to Eternity"
  • "Levens taptoe"
  • "'S Levens taptoe"

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  • "Een individualistisch ingestelde Amerikaanse soldaat, die zich moeilijk kan vereenzelvigen met de gefrustreerde levenswijze van zijn dienstgenoten, tracht een eigen weg te kiezen."
  • "This edition includes an afterword by George hendrick, who discusses the novel's origin and eventual censorship at the hands of its first publisher. The original language has been restored."
  • "This edition includes an afterword by George hendrick, who discusses the novel's origin and eventual censorship at the hands of its first publisher. The original language has been restored."@en
  • "A masterpiece of WWII drama concerning the lives of two compelling soldiers and how they cope with the horrors of war and their personal lives."@en
  • "A day in infamy. A night of passion. A time they will never forget."@en
  • "First pub 1951. Set in Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, a realistic depiction of army life ending with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour. Bestseller which was made into a film."
  • ""A story of Army life in Hawaii in the last months before Pearl Harbor. The chief characters are two soldiers -- Pfc Robert Prewitt and First Sergeant Milton Warden -- and the women they love." Atl Mon."
  • "This is a novel of the soldiers who were poised on the brink of real manhood when World War II flung them unceremoniously into that abyss. Private Robert E. Lee Prewitt is the nonconformist hero who refuses to box at Schofield Barracks and is slowly destroyed by his own rebelliousness. Around him, others are fighing their own small battles--and losing. --From publisher's description."@en
  • "Classics. Prew won't conform. He could have been the best boxer and the best bugler in his division, but he chooses the life of a straight soldier in Hawaii under the fierce tutelage of Sergeant Milt Warden. When he refuses to box for his company, he is given 'The Treatment', a relentless campaign of physical and mental abuse. Meanwhile, Warden wages his own campaign against authority by seducing the Captain's wife Karen just because he can. Both men are bound to the Army, even though it may destroy them."
  • "James Jones's epic story of army life in the calm before Pearl Harbor."
  • "Winner of the National Book Award, this bestseller describes army life in Hawaii on the eve of Pearl Harbor."
  • "A story of army life in Hawaii in 1941 during the second World War. Private Robert Lee Prewitt is a champion welterweight and a fine bugler who refuses to join the company's boxing team. He gets "the treatment" which may break him or kill him."@en

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  • "Drama"
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "War stories"
  • "War stories"@en
  • "Romans"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Amerikaans"
  • "Opowiadania wojenne amerykańskie"
  • "Epic literature"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Epic fiction"
  • "Epic fiction"@en
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Military history"@en
  • "Military history"
  • "Love stories"@en
  • "Love stories"

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  • "From Here to Eternity"
  • "From Here to Eternity"@en
  • "From here to eternity : [screenplay]"
  • "From here to eternity"
  • "From here to eternity"@en
  • "From Here to Eternity : a novel"
  • "From here to Eternity"
  • "From here to Eternity"@en
  • "From here to eternity : screenplay"@en
  • "From here to eternity : screenplay"
  • "From here to eternity. 11th impression"@en
  • "From here to eternity : [the most famous novel of the world war 2]"
  • "FROM HERE TO ETERNITY"
  • "From here to eternity : a novel"
  • "From here to eternity : a novel"@en
  • "From here to eternity : ['s Levens taptoe]"

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