10 edition of Blood and knavery found in the catalog.
|Statement||[Compiled by] Joseph H. Marshburn and Alan R. Velie.|
|Contributions||Velie, Alan R., 1937- joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||PR1127 .M3 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||72003523|
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Marshburn, Joseph H. & Velie, Alan R.Blood and knavery; a collection of English Renaissance pamphlets and ballads of crime and sin. [Compiled by] Joseph H.
Marshburn and Alan R. Velie Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Rutherford [N.J.]. Called “the father of the modern action novel,” FIRST BLOOD changed the genre. Although the book and the film adaptation have similarities, they are very different, especially its unexpected ending and its greater intensity.
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