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Based on John Steinbeck's novel and directed by Elia Kazan, EAST OF EDEN is the first of three major films that make up James Dean's movie legacy. The 24-year-old idol-to-be plays Cal, a wayward Salinas Valley youth who vies for the affection of his hardened father (Raymond Massey) with his favoured brother Aron (Richard Davalos). Playing off the haunting sensitivity of Julie Harris, Dean's performance earned of the film's four Academy Award nominations.
Paperback. Pub Date :2001-07-05 Pages: 192 Language: English Publisher: Penguin Classics This collection of letters forms a fascinating day-by-day account of Steinbecks writing of East of Eden. his longest and most ambitious novel. The letters. ranging over many subjects - textual discussion. trial flights of workmanship. family matters - provide an illuminating perspective on Steinbeck.
Import from The Netherlands with English soundtrack. SUMMARY: Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck considered East of Eden his quintessential novel. At more than six hours, this sumptuous 1981 production brings Steinbeck s bestseller to the screen more fully and faithfully than any other adaptation. Sweeping from Connecticut to California and from the Civil War to World War I, it follows three generations of the tumultuous Trask family: patriarch Cyrus (Warren Oates); his feuding sons, Adam and Charles (Timothy Bottoms, Bruce Boxleitner); and quarrelsome grandsons, Aron and Cal (Hart Bochner, Sam Bottoms).
Head east from Bordeaux (home to the famous First Growths like Lafite) and you've smart, pricey Burgundy. Go further east and, on the same 46 to 47 degree latitude, you'll eventually find an equally hallowed tradition of wine excellence in Moldova. Before the 1917 Revolution the region supplied fine reds to the Tsars for lavish banquets. Now Moldova is a nearly forgotten winemaker's Eden, with wine quality and value that's "aching to find its way to the world's wine drinkers" (FT).