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About the Author: Niven Busch

Novelist, screenwriter and producer, Niven Busch, was, as David Shipman says, associated with some interesting films at the time when movies were movies Busch was born in Manhattan on April 26,1903, and died in San Francisco August 25, 1991 He was 88.Busch s father was born into a New York banking family, was a stock broker at times yet was in the film business and ran a night club in Paris h

10 thoughts on “The Furies

  1. says:

    a melodramatic western, originally published in 1948 and out of print since 1950 until it was recently reissued alongside an american dvd edition of the film version from 1950 with barbara stanwyck i was interested in the film and did not realize that i got a novel with it until i opened the package i decided to read the book first and thoroughly enjoyed it a well written and suspe...

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    Found this by chance on the shelves at one of my branches The description on the back intrigued me, so I gave it a go, and really enjoyed it Unlike most traditional Westerns, this novel is deeply psychological, imbued with Freudian undertones The main plot line concerns the tortured relationship between T.C Jeffords, a ruthless New Mexico cattle baron, and his only daughter and presumed heir , Vance Vance is my favorite kind of heroine shrewd, flinty, and determined to get what she wants at any cost Even though she makes some terrible decisions as do pretty much all the characters in this book , you can t help but root for her The plot meanders quite a bit, and the action often shifts unexpectedly from character to character this isn t a book I d recommend to someone who s looking for a page turne...

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    It must be said that I am not a big fan of westerns Dry, dusty, and slow passing time is not my strongsuit to imagine a world to read about but fortunately my roomie would not let mewatch the accompanying film without first reading the book One of the most complicated plotlines I have read in a while, I never wanted to put the book down except for the time I lost it Vance Jefford, a daddy s girl, does all that her father asks of her until when she wants to marry and he dislikes her choice in mates She accepts his decision but when he decides to remarry she is left with feelings of betrayel and jealousy, in an attempt to murder her she stabs her in the dark and runs away to the country in search of a former lover, who she then marries Unfortunately her father has a score to settle and finds a reason to hang her husband Consumed with a hate that is blinding she conceives a plan to destroy her father, but ...

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    This book came with Criterion movie The Furies I decided to take book instead of movie If you can get a copy of this you should It s basically every prime time TV drama, think Dallas, Dynasty, Falcon CrestSet in mid 1800 s New Mexico ranch land There s an uneasy, queasy relationship between the father and his only worthy heir, daughter Add in the the mix a ton of jealousy,...

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    Vance Jefford is the daughter of New Mexico cattle baron Temple Caddy Jefford, fondly known as TC Vance rejects the traditional stereotypical female role and becomes TC s right hand man, learning all she can about business tactics Even love becomes secondary, and perhaps Vance learns these lessons from her beloved patriarch a bit too well A western with a strong female protagonist may seem like an oxymoron but Busch pulls it off masterfully.Hot passion, jealousy and ruthlessne...

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    Slow start, is underwritten in spots finally got to that SCISSORS scene they ve always teased me with in film clips Hoping Barbara Stanwyck will be just a bit fun Finishes okay though Maybe I ll read this author s DUEL IN THE SUN, and see how that matches with the fun Jones Peck Cotton Gish film.

  7. says:

    Filled with scenes of the rugged New Mexico landscape of the late 19th century as well as ranch life, horses, twisted characters both major and minor, and the drama of revenge and murder Yahoo An old noir western that is dark and passionate, and, above all, entertaining.

  8. says:

    An old dark and passionate Western with a strong female protagonist who has an uneasy relationship with her father Busch has written this masterfully Twisted characters plus revenge and murder equal entertaining drama.

  9. says:

    An old dark and passionate Western with a strong female protagonist who has an uneasy relationship with her father Busch has written this masterfully Twisted characters plus revenge and murder equal entertaining drama.

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