Dances With Wolves #2020

Dances With Wolves By Michael Blake Dances With Wolves Ordered to hold an abandoned army post John Dunbar found himself alone beyond the edge of civilization Thievery and survival soon forced him into the Indian camp where he began a dangerous adventur
  • Title: Dances With Wolves
  • Author: Michael Blake
  • ISBN: 9781557040916
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dances With Wolves By Michael Blake Ordered to hold an abandoned army post, John Dunbar found himself alone, beyond the edge of civilization Thievery and survival soon forced him into the Indian camp, where he began a dangerous adventure that changed his life forever Relive the adventure and beauty of the incredible movie, DANCES WITH WOLVES.From the Paperback edition.
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    About "Michael Blake"

    1. Michael Blake

      The author of several novels, including the New York Times 1 Bestseller Dances With Wolves and winner of the 1991 Academy Award.

    860 thoughts on “Dances With Wolves”

    1. Dances with Wolves, Michael Blake, Kevin Costner Director Dances with Wolves is a 1988 novel written by Michael Blake It was written as a possible source for a screenplay, and was later adapted by the author, and was produced as a film of the same name in 1990 by Kevin Costner, although there were many differences between the novel and film The novel is set during the American Civil War The protagonist of the novel, Lt John Dunbar, is a white man who ends up in the wilderness and comes to live w [...]


    2. Ples s vukovima je jedna od retkih knjiga koja je preto ena u film gde bukvalno nije promenjena nijedna re iz knjige Knjiga je ostavila dubok utisak na mene iako nije my cup of tea


    3. Dances With Wolves film poster.I HAD watched Kevin Costner s Dances With Wolves in the late 90s and had loved it I finally got to read Michael Blake s novel a few days back and loved it as much By the way, it is the first Western that I have read after the early seventies when as a schoolboy in Calcutta I loved reading those written by Louis L Amour and Zane Grey.Much of Dances with Wolves, which won seven Academy Awards, was filmed in central and western South Dakota The novel starts in 1863 du [...]


    4. We all have comfort books, don t we The kind you read when even reading is an effort They may not be great literature but they have substance enough to bring you some kind of needed peace and spark some goodness in you for the world, keep a small light flickering, which you need, to make it through For me, often, books like this one do this I m not sure exactly why stories that take place in the West in the mid 19th century bring me this kind of comfort There s something about horses and landsca [...]



    5. I m keeping my rating at 4 big stars.This is a great novel and I recommend it to any fans of the movie, or to anyone looking for a beautiful adventure There s something about this story and its characters that really moves me whether I m reading the book or watching the movie Every time.


    6. Fantastic I never ever read this sort of thing I usually stick to horror and crime and all that strange dark stuff.This was probably the easiest book I ve read this year I know very little or nothing about Native American history or American modern history but this has been a great story to read, set in a colonised country s most turbulent time without all that military Team America style fanfare Plenty of action and some characters you ll fall in love with.


    7. I enjoyed reading Dances With Wolves by Michael Blake the second time around a lot than the first reading in 2014 The book s title has nothing to do with wolves apart from the main character s friendship in his loneliness with a wolf he names Two Socks because of the white colouring on his two front paws and his triumphant dancing in Indian style around his camp fire accompanied by the wolf one evening after a successful buffalo hunt His Indian friends observe this incident and give him his Ind [...]


    8. I saw the movie first, and then decided to read the book The book answers many questions the movie leaves, some of which I hadn t even considered.For instance, why are there no soldiers at the fort The book explains it.Why was he even offered the position The book tells all.One of the things I wondered was why he spent the night outside the camp after they found the buffalo Again, the book details why that was.The book is very good, much better than the movie Even though the movie was three hour [...]


    9. This bookIS BOOK.It is so rare for me to come across a book that becomes an instant favorite, a book that I can t find one thing to pick apart or maybe just wouldn t want to even if I could I am among the those who saw the movie prior to reading the book I recall liking the movie and thinking it was beautiful, but it didn t truly stick with me the way the book will This may not seem like anything special, as the book is usually better than the movie This movie, however, had some of the most gorg [...]


    10. standing on cliff, wind ruffling my two inch long Boy s Regular haircut Readers I am Hudson Street Do you see that this is a good book Can you see that I will always like this book Interesting to note that this scene where Wind in His Hair is shouting good bye to Dances With Wolves was not in the book All in all the movie stayed very true to the book which I found to be a great read.Also interesting to note that Kevin Costner was a friend of the author and played a role in getting it published a [...]



    11. STANDS WITH A FIST hearteyes emoji Let me get this out of the way Some people have Kevin Costner phases It s legitimate, I get it Others, like me, have Mary McDonnell phases Basically it s one big phase that started back in 2007 Yes, it has been a wild ride but nevermind that The point is there is one , the reason why I m reading Dances With Wolves is directly connected to the existence of that person, if the capslocking of her character s name wasn t clear enough, which in turn means the rating [...]


    12. It was impossible for me to separate the movie from the book in this case And, it s not just because I saw the movie before reading the book, it s because I ve seen this movie almost a dozen times and it s one of my all time favorites I appreciate the details given in the book that help fill in some of the holes in the screenplay I think Lieutenant Dunbar is engaging and charming and likable in the movie, or is that simply because I really like Kevin Costner and the way he portrayed the charact [...]



    13. The problem with me reading this book is that I already know the story so well Judge if you want, but Dances With Wolves is one of my favorite movies of all time The book was written pretty much as a first draft to the screenplay about a year before the film was made and it is almost word for word This was a rare example of when the movie is better than the book.



    14. Wow, where to begin I guess first I will say that I was very timid to read this book because usually when a person is in love with a film as much as I am in love with this book s film and then read the book after seeing said film they end up hating one or the other However that was actually the complete opposite in this particular case This book actually delved deeper into the amazing story crafted by the film and the two entities are nearly 100% true to each other Only subtle changes separate t [...]


    15. I read this book because the movie is one of my all time favorites I happened to hear the musical score to the movie while I was listeing to NPR a week or so ago, and was reminded of the film The musical score was extremely powerful, and lifted the film above what it might have been without it I wanted to see if the book was better than the movie, which is most often the case Here, I don t think that is so While the book is very good, the movie was certainly stunning in its visual presentation, [...]


    16. This was a book very close to my heart The first time I read it, I sat down on the big comfy rocking chair of my grandfather and read it till the end Then, remained in my seat for a little longer, I was really moved by the story The lives of the Comanche, the days out on the prairie, the buffalo, Cisco the brilliant horse, the wolf all combined together and created a wonderful read To be honest, I didn t have the heart to read the sequel I certainly didn t want to see the story take on a much da [...]


    17. I don t know what I was expecting when I began Dances With Wolves, perhaps the naive idea that an author could actually make Native American sound realistic and not entirely a white centered point of view But when I finished the book, I was irritated than anything.More well known in its screen version, which has some changes from the book, Dances With Wolves by Michael Blake is the story of Lt John Dunbar, who gets assigned to an army post in Indian Country and his life becomes entangled with t [...]


    18. I love a book where I can lose myself in the adventures of the characters This book follows John Dunbar from the Civil War to the American frontier on the Great Plains He ends up alone at an abandoned fort in Comanche country.He befriends his horse and an old wolf and faces the big questions of existence He eventually befriends the Indians and meets an interesting woman We get to watch him transform from a soldier in the white culture to an Indian warrior His new tribe rescues him and teaches hi [...]


    19. This book was so good It s been a long time since I read a story that was actually relaxing to read, so it was a nice change of pace from some of the intellectual stuff that s been filling my brain of late The writing was beautiful, the setting was my favorite, and the pacing was perfect You almost feel as if you re just along for the ride.


    20. I saw the movie first and loved it but thoroughly enjoyed the book as well The descriptions of Dunbar s life on the plains were wonderful I loved the characters.


    21. Minispoilereita edess Helppolukuinen Viimeiset 20 sivua aiheuttavat akuuttia ankeutta, ja usko menee ihmiskuntaa kohtaan.



    22. This is a wonderful novel written by Michael Blake about a man in the Civil War This books main character is Lieutenant John Dunbar who injures his foot during the war thus distracting the confederates on his side Later, he travels to his new army post and finds it abandoned, he then procceds to rebuild it where he encounters the Sioux tribe of that area He finds a tribe woman by the name of Stands With A Fist She is injured so he takes her back to the tribe to be treated and encounters the chie [...]


    23. How did I not read this sooner What was I thinking This is a charming story crafted in simple but poetic language Clearly it meant a lot to the writer I am putting it on my Top 50 novels list because I KNOW I will re read it I could almost start over immediately There is something magnificent, always, in tales of the histories of those peoples we white nationscimated Similarly, reading of, say, the pre Roman people of Britain affects me with a tristesse I don t have words for especially, it seem [...]


    24. Otro ejemplo m s de que el Best Seller puede ser tambi n interesante G nero Novela pero no Novela hist rica en su acepci n m s purista, por mucho que est localizada en unos tiempos, lugares y circunstancias muy concretas.Lo que nos cuenta El teniente John J Dumbar, veterano de la Guerra de Secesi n harto de la misma, termina destinado en un puesto avanzado y aislado en la nueva frontera de su pa s, el Lejano Oeste Cuando llega a fuerte Sedgewick descubre que est desierto pero todav a con suminis [...]


    25. Next is Dances with Wolves by Michael Blake John Dunbar is assigned to an abandoned frontier army fort, with a wolf and a horse and himself Alone And no one alive knows he is there Kicking Bird and Wind in His Hair, Comanche Indians, try to steal his horse, but it escapes and returns to him They become fascinated with him, the Man as White as Snow, and often visit him, smoking and drinking coffee He tries to learn their language, as they all wait for the buffalo Slowly, he becomes Indian, even f [...]


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