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The Godfather The Godfather The Epic Tale Of Crime And Betrayal That Became A Global PhenomenonAlmost Fifty Years Ago, A Classic Was Born A Searing Portrayal Of The Mafia Underworld, The Godfather Introduced Readers To The First Family Of American Crime Fiction, The Corleones, And Their Powerful Legacy Of Tradition, Blood, And Honor The Seduction Of Power, The Pitfalls Of Greed, And The Allegiance To Family These Are The Themes That Have Resonated With Millions Of Readers Around The World And Made The Godfather The Definitive Novel Of The Violent Subculture That, Steeped In Intrigue And Controversy, Remains Indelibly Etched In Our Collective Consciousness Penguin

About the Author: Mario Puzo

Puzo was born in a poor family of Neapolitan immigrants living in the Hell s Kitchen neighborhood of New York Many of his books draw heavily on this heritage After graduating from the City College of New York, he joined the United States Army Air Forces in World War II Due to his poor eyesight, the military did not let him undertake combat duties but made him a public relations officer statione

10 thoughts on “The Godfather

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    Mario Puzo wrote The Godfather, a book that was to become an instant classic, at a time when both his personal life and that of the United States were in transition Puzo s first two novels had not sold well, and he was almost penniless A young, up and coming author, Puzo sought to write his version of the great American novel that would also work well on the silv

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    English The Godfather Italiano

    New York, 1945 The Italian American boss Vito Corleone, during the celebrations for his daughter s wedding, agrees to meet some Italian emigrants that ask for his help Thus begins Mario Puzo s masterpiece, whose movie adaptation made Marlon Brando s interpretation of Don Vito famous With a simple and straightforward style, Puzo manages to

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    The Best a treasure of a story,plot and movie to keep forevergood storytelling and amazing writing paperback

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    The Godfather Mario Puzo s Mafia , Mario PuzoThe Godfather is a crime novel written by American author Mario Puzo Originally published in 1969 by G P Putnam s Sons, the novel details the story of a fictional Mafia family based in New York City and Long Beach, New York , headed by Vito Corleone The novel covers the years 1945 to 1955, and also provides the back story of Vito Corleone from e

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    . 3 Method Acting ..

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    I m one of the people who watched the whole movie trilogy and then after that found out that The Godfatherexists as a novel Naturally, I had to purchase it It is a matter of taste, I suppose, but next to the movies so elegant and grandiose it feels a bit like reading pulp fiction Maybe it s that the book is lacking the presence of charismatic Hollywood giants Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, whose legendary per

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    I m sure you ve had the timeless book verses movie argument before Everyone has You re standing at the water cooler at work, and a coworker comes up to you and says Boy, The English Patient is an excellent movie And maybe you say something back like Michael Ondaatje s Booker Prize winning novel is far superior At that point, your coworker calls you a pretentious snob and you respond with sewer dwelling ignora

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    Come in Ah, Don Corleone, I m sorry to trouble you Sit down Thank you, Don Corleone Where is your mother from I m sorry Your mother, she is from Italia Which town The rest of this review is available elsewhere the location cannot be given for Goodreads policy reasons

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    Indeed, dear reader, I did not hate The Godfather I h aa ted it.How much did I hate it Well I could start with a long dissemination of Mario Puzo s simplistic and repetitive prose Puzo seems to think the reader needs a reminder of plot points that occured ten pages ago, and that unnecessarily drawing out an obvious reveal by splitting it up into three points of view counts as suspense.Or I could give you a thorough cataloguing of how v

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