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The Crossing by Cormac McCarthy

Posted by the editors on Sunday, 2 October 2011

The Crossing (1994)(Novel) by Cormac McCarthy (Child of God (1973), Cities of the Plain (1998)The Road (2006))   The Crossing, the second book in McCarthy’s “Border Trilogy“, itself a three-part tale, is another extraordinarily powerful novel of human gesture, destiny, kindness and cruelty, both violent and stunningly beautiful, glowing with a magic from its spareness and repetition.  Haunting.  An absolute must-read. (PR)

See our posts on other novels by Cormac McCarthy: The Orchard Keeper, Outer DarkBlood Meridian (or the Evening Redness in the West), and All the Pretty Horses

Also see our post on the Coen Brothers film ‘No Country for Old Men‘ based on Cormac McCarthy’s novel of the same name.

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2 Responses to “The Crossing by Cormac McCarthy”

  1. manonmona said

    manonmona reblogged this on Espacio de MANON.

  2. […] our posts on the novels The Crossing, All the Pretty Horses, The Orchard Keeper, Blood Meridian and Outer Dark, by Cormac McCarthy and […]

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