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    ➳ [Read] ➮ Shaft By Ernest Tidyman ➾ – Mdeparenpar.co Shaft has no prejudices He'll kill anyone black or white Who is John Shaft? A black Bogart who says the Revolution is a new way to chase chicksthe Mafia is a meatballand life is going to screw you if Shaft has no prejudices He'll kill anyone black or white Who is John Shaft? A black Bogart who say.

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    10 thoughts on “Shaft

    1. Jemir Jemir says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleIf ever changes made for a screen adaptation of a book was justified Shaft represents that In truth whenever I think of the character Richard Roundtree's version will always be the benchmark the way that some will always use Sean Connery as a James Bond template or will always hear Bogart's voice in their heads when they read The Maltese Falcon His Shaft was suave smooth confidence about him and dressed well The book's John Shaft along with not having a moustache an add on to the movie I suspect came from Mr Gordon Parks himself or mandated by the studio to have the character


    2. Victoria Mixon Victoria Mixon says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleFirst the description of this book calls it the novelisation of the movieHuh? Shaft the novel came first The movie was adapted from it by its author an award winning screenplay writer along with an award winning television writerSecond this is one HELL of a novel Gripping profane violent and frankly sexual with a bi racial love affair while still passionately well written Er


    3. Arwen Miller Arwen Miller says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleStay away from this book STAY AWAY I thought I'd read this book for the campkitschironypop culture factor but it's not even worth it for that The book is 214 pages long and was so tedious and poorly written that it took me a month and a half to get through First thing the book on which the blaxploitation film classic is based was written by a white guy A white guy named Ernest Tidyman to be exact which sounds like a neurotic OCD


    4. Christopher Lewis Christopher Lewis says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleI got this book as a sort of gag gift and decided to just read it for fun It was uh something There's a surprising amount of homophobia and antisemitism than I was expecting anyhow It's also got some I guess decent perspective on the black experience in 1971 New York I mean the book is written by a white fellow named Ernest Tidyman so I don't know Once the plot finally gets going it becomes a much easier read but I'd probably be better off just watching the movie At the end the book invited me to read a sneak peek of the sequel Shaft Among the Jews but I think I'd had quite enough Shaft by that point


    5. Bmj2k Bmj2k says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleShaft is a deep book Oh not in the sense that it touches on deep issues and ponders difficult sociopolitical questions but in the sense that it puts you in Shaft’s head and he thinks deep thoughts about everything Every freakin’ thingReading this book I wonder if Shaft has ever had a happy day in his life The book can be a ponderous read at times because Shaft ponders everything Nothing is just surface everything is fodder for Shaft’s dark and dolorous musings There’s a dark cloud behind every beam of sunlight in Shaft’s world There’s bad intents behind every person Shaft sees in the street and in every glance Shaft sees the bad behind the goo


    6. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleErnest Tidyman Shaft Bantam 1971originally posted 12Jun2000Hollywood pounced on Ernest Tidyman's afro sporting overly brutal private eye releasing the film of Shaft in the same year as the novel upon which it is based Not surprisingly for a 1971 film it's toned down John Shaft is a tough talking twenty nine year old tightly wrapped mass of violence waiting to explode He is hired by Harlem narcotics boss Knocks Persons to retrieve Persons' kidnapped daughter To that end Shaft recruits his childhood friend Black Panther styled activist Ben Buford Buford's militia Persons' money and Shaft—the man behind it all—are up against the Mafia who let the drug trade in Harle


    7. Dominick Dominick says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleMeh Two stars seems a bit harsh but really the best I can say is it was okay Tidyman tries way too hard to be tough and edgy without really being convincing Sure there is a lot of violence Shaft is willing to be cold bloodedly murderuos which admittedly is a bit unusual even for hard boiled detective heroes and cursing and racism and a bit of gratuitous sex 'this is why you're called Shaft' yes really but there doesn't seem to be much depth or texture to it Too many scenes just don't seem to carry the plot forward or offer interesting characterization or social c


    8. Jessica Jessica says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleWe read this as the inaugural book for the WTF? Bookclub an online collection of misfits who sporadically engage in group reads of both the serious and the ridiculousGood lord was it ever awful Homophobic misogynistic racist anti semetic and uber violent John Shaft is a big dick in every sense of the wordand Ernest Tidyman is no better but probably cuts a less dashing figure in a leather jacket


    9. RK Byers RK Byers says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleI know I'm about to blaspheme but BETTER THAN THE MOVIE


    10. Realini Realini says:

      Shaft ePUB Ê Paperback shaft ebok, Shaft KindleShaft based on the novel by Ernest TidymanShaft was surely a cornerstone one of the first films to promote and celebrate an African American hero an actor in a leading role that was nominated for a Golden globe for Most Promising Newcomer MaleThe New York Times’ Best 1000 Movies Ever Made list has included this appreciated groundbreaking film even if Samuel L Jackson has started in a re make and seems to be intent on making another soon one may wonder what is so special about this detective crime thrillerMaybe this should be repeated it certainly opened some roads even today minorities are not well represented African Americans and other groups are seldom given preeminence the actors are not awarded sometimes even nominated women are paid much less than men the recent case of All the Money in the World and the huge gap


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