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Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump

Publisher Transworld Publishers Ltd
Year 06/10/1994
Pages 240
Version paperback
Readership level General/trade
Language English
ISBN 9780552996099
Categories ELT graded readers, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
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It's Forrest Gump as you've never seen him before, but just as lovable as ever.

At 6'6", 240 pounds, Forrest Gump is a difficult man to ignore, so follow Forrest from the football dynasties of Bear Bryant to the Vietnam War, from encounters with Presidents Johnson and Nixon to powwows with Chairman Mao. Go with Forrest to Harvard University, to a Hollywood movie set, on a professional wrestling tour, and into space on the oddest NASA mission ever.

The wonderfully warm, savagely barbed, and hilariously funny novel that inspired the 1994 Oscar-winning film starring Tom Hanks.

'Rollicking, bawdy' People

'Superbly controlled satire' Washington Post

'Joyously madcap' Publishers Weekly Forrest Gump is line bred out of Voltaire and Huck Finn; its humour is wild and coarse, a satire right on the money. It is not the less honest for being so funny, for bringing the woebegone archangels of our culture and history to judgement. Anyone who doesn't read this book deserves to spend the winter in North Dakota -- Jim Harrison A superbly controlled satire * The Washington Post * Rollicking, bawdy... A good time... Poking fun at everything * People * Winston Groom has created the ideal citizen for the modern world - a perfect idiot -- P.J. O'Rourke Joyously madcap * Publishers Weekly *

Forrest Gump

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