Rear Window has ratings and 38 reviews. Kelly (and the Book Boar) said: Find all of my reviews at: did I not. Rear Window has ratings and 61 reviews. Bev said: This Rear Window collection of stories () by Cornell Woolrich contains stories from and. Cornell Woolrich’s “Rear Window” First-person narrator. Hal Jefferies tells the story of his discovering and solving a murder by watching out his rear window.

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Rear Window is my all-time favorite Hitchcock movie, so when I discovered it had been based on a short story, I knew Rera had to read it.

Because he was prolific, he found it necessary to publish under multiple pseudonyms, including ” William Irish ” and ” George Hopley ” [ It was just ok really Thanks for telling us about the problem.

A Space Oddyssey” is at 4 and climbing, sure to reach 1 in the vote. Nevertheless, the reader becomes intimately acquainted with what Jeffries sees, and with the qualities and workings of his mind. Cornell Woolrich is probably best known as the guy who wrote the story that became Rear Window and possibly, to a lesser extent, the guy who wrote The Phantom Lady.

Wells’ short story “Through a Window”. The real important stuff was still there. Ahh, really bummed out about not reading more though.


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Feb 05, Als M. They were the rear-window dwellers around me. Refresh and try again. I thought it was very good, but it was so short I don’t really think I should give it more than 3 stars Busybody, who is now watching you? A young society girl is all set wpolrich elope with her young man.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Preview — Rear Window by Cornell Woolrich. Oct 21, Diana rated it liked it Shelves: As for me, am off to watch the movie.

Con un crescendo che toglie il fiato, come di consueto.

REAR WINDOW a short story by Cornell Woolrich by Jane Nickerson on Prezi

As well as the Debbie Downer which could be found in. It felt like everything was geared towards the big action scene at the denouement and from the off it ckrnell sort of obvious what would happen.

Then he even says “Don’t expect anything more from me. It was suspenseful but not as exciting or complex as corneol film adaptation. This volume contains 5 Woolrich stories: To ask other readers questions about Rear Windowplease sign up.

That would make me feel better. View all 3 comments. Then, suddenly, the her light comes on and he meets an old friend coming out of the building who boasts suggestively of the “time he’s had”.


Rear Window

Mar 25, Sergei Ter-Tumasov rated it really liked it. But I digress wildly.

These books are of a wide variety, not all are crime: I will be covering all these things but will start out with the book review itself: And why do their sexual obsessions matter?

The downside to the story is that the widow is the main character but not the main actor, a complaint modern readers can lay on much classic noir. He lived for a time in Mexico with his father before returning to New York to live with his mother, Claire Attalie Woolrich.

I read this for class; can’t wait to watch the movie! Here’s a link to a free version of the story for anyone interested: Retrieved 25 July Retrieved from ” https: Woolrich was born in New York City ; his parents separated when he was young. A feat very uncommon in publishing history let alone today. An usually active person, he has no interest in rea It was easy to read this in one day – because it is a short wkolrich