From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Butcher's Crossing is a western novel by John Williams, originally published in 1960. The story follows William Andrews, a young Harvard student who leaves his life behind to explore the American West.
Butcher’s Crossing Butcher’s Crossing ist ein Roman des amerikanischen Schriftstellers John Williams. Er wurde 1960 beim New Yorker Verlag Macmillan veröffentlicht. Die deutsche Übersetzung von Bernhard Robben erschien im Jahr 2015 beim Deutschen Taschenbuch Verlag.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other people named John Williams, see John Williams (disambiguation). John Edward Williams (August 29, 1922 – March 3, 1994) was an American author, editor and professor. He was best known for his novels Butcher's Crossing (1960), Stoner (1965), and Augustus (1972), which won a U.S. National Book Award.
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The Butchers' Bridge (Slovene: Mesarski most) is a footbridge crossing the river Ljubljanica in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It connects the Ljubljana Central Market and the Petkovšek Embankment (Petkovškovo nabrežje). The bridge was solemnly opened on 10 July 2010.
Michelle Latiolais (born 1956) is an American author and academic known for the novels She, A Proper Knowledge, and Even Now, which received the Gold Medal for Fiction from the Commonwealth Club of California.
Butcher's Crossing is a small western town on the brink of great things in the mid 1800s. Will Andrews arrives there from his comfortable life in Boston looking for an adventure. He meets a man named Miller who has been waiting a decade for someone to fund his next great adventure, traveling back to a Colorado valley where he saw thousands of ...
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Butcher's Crossing - Wikipedia Penned in 1960, John Williams' BUTCHER'S CROSSING anticipates and in many ways eclipses Cormac McCarthy's western works because it not only nails the rapacious greed of the buffalo hunters it describes, it reaches for more abstract and troubling themes that go to the very essence of man
Blood River was written after Butcher was posted as an Africa foreign correspondent for British newspaper The Daily Telegraph. The book follows Butcher's mission to recreate the expedition of explorer H. M. Stanley – travelling alone through the Congo. The book not only tells the story of Butcher's journey but the remarkable story of the Congo.
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