Reaping the Red’s Harvest

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and Faulkner was a drinking problem.nWim Wenders was influenced by filmnnoir which, particularly when thenproducts were American, had its heydaynin Europe in the 1940's; Gide's commentnwas written in 1944. Thus, Wender'snHammett and Gide's excess can be atnleast understood with regard to thencontext. Johnson, however, is . . .

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