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The blackboard jungle

Ed McBain

The blackboard jungle

a novel

by Ed McBain

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Published by Pocket Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cardinal edition.

Statementby Evan Hunter.
The Physical Object
Pagination306 p. ;
Number of Pages306
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16088803M

THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE. By. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. A first novel of a New York city vocational high school is more than a liberal education in itself and a raw, frightening commentary on a system for which there are no easy correctives- Richard Dadier, in the first year of his first. The Blackboard Jungle: A Novel by Evan Hunter A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.

Blackboard Jungle is a social commentary film about teachers in an inner-city school. It is based on the novel of the same name by Evan Hunter. The movie is hard hitting and probably a better 76%. Read the full synopsis of Blackboard Jungle, , directed by Richard Brooks, with Glenn Ford, Anne Francis, Louis Calhern, at Turner Classic Movies.

The basis for the blockbuster film starring Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier, Evan Hunter's The Blackboard Jungle is a brutal, unflinching look at the dark side of American education and an early masterpiece from the author who went on to write the gritty 87th Precinct series as Ed McBain/5(4). The Blackboard Jungle by Evan Hunter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at cie-du-scenographe.com


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Jan 26,  · The experience provided the inspiration for his debut novel, The Blackboard Jungle (), which was published under his new legal name and adapted into an Academy Award–nominated film starring Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier. Cop Hater (), the first entry in the 87th Precinct series, was written under the pen name Ed McBain/5(21).

Hunter's own failed experience as a public school teacher led to his writing "The Blackboard Jungle," surely the most successful and lasting of all his novels.

Hunter's prolific and diverse career included the screenplay for Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" and, writing as Ed McBain, the 87th Precinct mystery series/5. Jan 26,  · The experience provided the inspiration for his debut novel, The Blackboard Jungle (), which was published under his new legal name and adapted into an Academy Award–nominated film starring Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier/5(20).

The blackboard jungle book book that launched Hunter into a full-time writing career and onto the bestseller lists was his first major novel, The Blackboard Jungle. Written inthis controversial story cracked down 4/5(4). Jun 13,  · The experience provided the inspiration for his debut novel, The Blackboard Jungle (), which was published under his new legal name and adapted into an Academy Award–nominated film starring Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier.5/5.

In Blackboard Jungle Blackboard Jungle was based on a popular novel by Evan Hunter. The film hit a nerve with its unusually brutal depiction of the social conditions of urban schools, and the music and the theme made the movie hugely popular with teenage audiences.

Sep 28,  · A timeless rendering of youth culture set against the backdrop of s New York City, The Blackboard Jungle speaks powerfully to the alarming epidemic of violence and security issues in today's 4/5(1).

― Evan Hunter, The Blackboard Jungle “They'd taught him how to milk cows,and now they expected him to tame lions.” ― Evan Hunter, The Blackboard Jungle “They taught him how to milk cows and now they expected him to tame lions. Blackboard Jungle is a social commentary film about teachers in an interracial inner-city school, based on the novel The Blackboard Jungle by Evan Hunter and adapted for the screen and directed by Richard Brooks.

It is remembered for its innovative use of rock and roll in its soundtrack and for Produced by: Pandro S. Berman. Mar 25,  · This film is the origin of the slang term "Daddy-O". When the teacher (Glenn Ford as Mr Dadier) writes his name on the blackboard, one of the students throws a baseball at it and knocks a hole at the end of his name--"Dadier" becomes Dadi-O, at which the class erupts in /10(K).

The Blackboard Jungle Summary The main theme of the novel is the clash between a traditional American idealism which proclaims education the main goal and bulwark of a democratic society and the realities of what was happening in the city's schools after the war.

When the unabridged book version was published that same month, reviewers similarly treated The Blackboard Jungle as a serious, sociological work of literature.

One critic called it “nightmarish Author: Adam Golub. The page for the Anthology The Blackboard Jungle. Blackboard Jungle () Plot. Showing all 4 items Jump to: Summaries (4) Summaries.

A new English teacher at a violent, unruly inner-city school is determined to do his job, despite resistance from both students and faculty. —Shannon. The Blackboard Jungle Essay. In the film Blackboard Jungle, an inspiring teacher fights to gain the respect from his class of juvenile delinquent boys, a lot of who belong to a gang that is mostly led by a white boy, and one of the students, Artie West.

The Blackboard Jungle Symposium (BBJ) is designed for UVM faculty, staff, and all others wanting to participate in critical conversations, construct new and promising inclusive practices, and foster conversational spaces where diversity, equity, and the free exchange of ideas are welcomed, appreciated, and valued.

Jun 01,  · The book that launched Hunter into a full-time writing career and onto the bestseller lists was his first major novel, The Blackboard Jungle. Written in 5/5(5). Blackboard Jungle was based on a popular novel by Evan Hunter.

The film hit a nerve with its unusually brutal depiction of the social conditions of urban schools, and the music and the theme made the movie hugely popular with teenage audiences. The Blackboard Jungle by Evan Hunter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at cie-du-scenographe.com The Blackboard Jungle - AbeBooks cie-du-scenographe.com Passion for books.

Nov 23,  · The experience provided the inspiration for his debut novel, The Blackboard Jungle (), which was published under his new legal name and adapted into an Academy Award–nominated film starring Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier.

Cop Hater (), the first entry in the 87th Precinct series, was written under the pen name Ed McBain. The long-running series, which followed an ensemble /5(4). Mar 19,  · Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier star in a gritty urban drama about a high school teacher who will not allow himself to be defeated by his toughinner city .Written inthis controversial story cracked down on the public school system and dramatized student violence as no other novel of its time did.

Hunter used his own teaching experience to create protagonist Richard Dadier, who lands his first real job as an English teacher at North Manual Trades High School in New York City.

Dadier knows the students here will be tough, but nothing has.Jul 28,  · Glen Ford is riveting as a dedicated teacher whose idealism fades under the tensions that rip his classroom apart. Anne Francis and Sidney Poitier co-star. #Trailer #WB.