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The Harder They Fall
978-1-56663-107-5 • Paperback
February 1996 • $22.90 • (£13.95)
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Pages: 357
Size: 5 x 8 1/4
By Budd Schulberg
 
Fiction | Historical
Ivan R. Dee
Budd Schulberg's celebrated novel of the prize ring has lost none of its power since its first publication almost fifty years ago. Crowded with unforgettable characters, it is a relentless expose of the fight racket. A modern Samson in the form of a simple Argentine peasant is ballyhooed by an unscrupulous fight promoter and his press agent and then betrayed and destroyed by connivers. Mr. Schulberg creates a wonderfully authentic atmosphere for this book that many critics hailed as even better than What Makes Sammy Run? "The quintessential novel of boxing and corruption."—USA Today "The book will stand not only as the novel about boxing but also as a book that indirectly tells more about civilization than do most books about civilization itself."—Arthur Miller. "Brilliant, witty, and amusing—the best book on fighting that I have read."—Gene Tunney.
Budd Schulberg is also the author of What Makes Sammy Run?, The Disenchanted, Sparring with Hemingway, On the Waterfront (play and screenplay), and Moving Pictures: Memories of a Hollywood Prince. He lives in Westhampton Beach, New York.
Brilliant, witty, and amusing...the best book on fighting that I have read.
Gene Tunney


The book will stand not only as the novel about boxing but also as a book that indirectly tells more about civilization than do most books about civilization itself.
Arthur Miller


The quintessential novel of boxing and corruption.
USA Today


The great novel of the fight game, now back in paperback

 
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