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Goldman frames the fairy tale with an "autobiographical" story: his father, who came from Florin, abridged the book as he read it to his son. Now, Goldman is publishing an abridged version, interspersed with comments on the parts he cut out.
Is The Princess Bride a critique of classics like Ivanhoe and The Three Musketeers, that smother a ripping yarn under elaborate prose? A wry look at the differences between fairy tales and real life? Simply a funny, frenetic adventure? No matter how you read it, you'll put it on your "keeper" shelf. --Nona Vero --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
this book has everything that a great adventure book should have, action, miracles, true love, and the best part of all, near death experiencesPublished 6 hours ago by Cave Woman
If you really love this movie and enjoy any possible scattering of thoughts about it than try this offering. Read morePublished 2 days ago by CatsQuarter
Liking book better than movie. It is very detailed plus it continues to when buttercup have a baby and little furtherPublished 5 days ago by Laurie Jane Ansell
Saw the movie and loved it. The book is even better. Love the humor.Published 8 days ago by Sarah H. Erman