doctorow at November 8th, 2013 11:14 — #1
edgore at November 8th, 2013 12:02 — #2
It is so sad to see S. Morgenstern's public domain classic mined by the greedy William Goldman like this! Especially when it's still practically impossible to find the original text! Get on that Project Gutenberg!
mister44 at November 8th, 2013 13:36 — #3
I actually have a first edition of this book. They use red text for the editors notes.
jeaguilar at November 8th, 2013 14:32 — #4
Shouldn't this be an abridged version?
ramone at November 8th, 2013 15:02 — #5
shatneriffic at November 8th, 2013 15:27 — #6
Why is Bill the Butcher on the cover?
adonai at November 8th, 2013 18:19 — #7
You know that feeling, when you want to buy a shiny new copy of a book you already own? I have that right now.
joelfinch at November 8th, 2013 18:32 — #8
Hopefully we'll get an update on the long running battle with Kermit Shog and the Morgenstern estate.
fireshadow at November 8th, 2013 21:12 — #9
The Princess Bride is one of those rare occasions where I really enjoy both the book and the movie, but for different reasons.
pjcamp at November 9th, 2013 00:08 — #10
Indeed. One of my 2 or 3 favorite movies of all time. Inconceivable?
doctorow at November 13th, 2013 11:14 — #11
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