7 edition of The Thirty-Nine Steps found in the catalog.
November 2, 2006
by 1st World Library - Literary Society
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Buchan’s groundbreaking novel, the first in a series featuring Richard Hannay, was adapted by Alfred Hitchcock and paved the way for Graham Greene, Robert Ludlum, John le Carré, and many other masters of literary espionage/5().
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The Thirty-Nine Steps, published inwas the first of Scottish novelist John Buchan’s five Richard Hannay espionage novels. Buchan produced both fiction and non-fiction and wrote in a variety of genres including some excellent horror stories and even what could be described as a paranormal adventure novel (The Gap in the Curtain)/5.
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He wrote a bit, and acted as war correspondent for a Chicago paper, and spent a year or two in South-Eastern Europe.
I gathered that he was a fine linguist, and had got to know. The Thirty-Nine Steps was written by John Buchan and published in the year The book was subsequently made into a film, with several different adaptations. The Thirty-Nine Steps (), by Scottish author John Buchan,is an espionage thriller and the first of five of Buchan’s novels to feature the character Richard Hannay.
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