Bless the beasts and children 1971

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bless the beasts and children 1971

Bless the Beasts and Children by Glendon Swarthout

Enriched with detailed notes and commentary, Glendon Swarthout’s classic tale of adolescent misfits at a boy’s camp on a mission to save themselves.
The neglected attendees of the Box Canyon Boys Camp find their lives turned around by Cotton, who, in a hot-wired pickup, challenges them to join efforts to save a herd of buffalo and rediscover themselves in the process.

Turned into a motion picture by director Stanley Kramer in 1972 with a well-known music soundtrack (theme for The Young and the Restless soap opera on CBS) and the Carpenters Oscar nominated theme song.
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Bless the Beasts and Children is a film adaptation of the novel of the same name written by Glendon Swarthout. It was directed by Stanley Kramer and.
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Bless the Beasts and Children

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I've been thinking a lot about Stanley Kramer's "Bless the Beasts and the Children," but I still can't figure out what it's up to. Is it in favor of buffalo? Against parents who cause their children to become neurotic? In favor of neurotic kids because they're more sensitive and civilized than well-adjusted kids? An argument for gun control? The story involves six kids at one of those summer camps designed to do in a summer what parents have been undoing for a lifetime the motto is something like "Send us a boy and we'll send you back a cowboy.

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