James Jones, Terrence Malick, and "The Thin Red Line"
In this essay Patrick Paul Christle argues that Malick's film version of "The Thin Red Line" is not an interpretation of James Jones's novelistic vision, but rather a repudiation of it. A paper delivered at the Twentieth-Century Literature Conference in Louisville, Kentucky on February 22, 2002. [PDF]
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