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I have always thought that was funny and ask people to spell when the make an odd sound.
When it was first unleashed in the mid-1960's, PAPER LION was a great behind the scenes look at an NFL team in training camp.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to even the casual fan or non-fan of football.
I have just started reading this book and already it has me laughing despite not being a "football fan". I would recommend this as a read to anyone!Published 2 months ago by Brooke C. Paxton
Great stuff and one of a kind. This is a wonderful read for NFL fans of any team. This book should be back in print in a good paperback edition. Until then, this will do.Published 2 months ago by J. Lowe
This is a book I had always planned on reading. I finally purchased it after seeing a show about George Plimpton's life. Paper Lion has been referred to as literary non-fiction. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Walldog
Why isn't this an iBook? Did it occur to anyone that the new book on Plimpton would create a demand?Published 5 months ago by Mary A.
Brought back some treasured memories of Pro Football at the very beginning of it "Golden Year" of popularity. Read morePublished 14 months ago by jerry earle
I must admit I had anticipated that the writer would have delved further into how the regular players experienced their careers. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MarkS
GREAT movie! I thought I was buying the movie, but the book is fine, too. I want to get his other book about baseball.Published 18 months ago by Barbara Gasbarre
son ordered this book with his Christmas gift card. He enjoyed this book. It is a classic. About a team he loves and liked the authorPublished 19 months ago by Dana Lindley-spence
Paper Lion is perhaps the first behind the scenes look at a pro football training camp. The excellent George Plimpton, first Editor in Chief of the Paris Review, wrote a series of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by D. Scott