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Glendon fred swarthout (april 8, 1918, near pinckney, michigan – september 23, 1992, scottsdale, arizona) was an american writer and novelist one of his best known novels was made into a film of the same title, where the boys are, along with the shootist which was made into the 1976 john wayne film of the same name, wayne's last. In pioneer nebraska, a woman leads where no man will go soon to be a major motion picture directed by tommy lee jones, the homesman is a devastating story of early pioneers in 1850s american west it celebrates the ones we. Glendon swarthout april 8, 1918-september 23, 1992 born near pinckney, obtained degrees at the university of michigan and michigan state university and taught at both. Glendon swarthout wrote sixteen novels, many of which were bestsellers and were made into films, among them seventh cavalry, they came to cordura, where the boys are, bless the beasts & children, and a christmas to.
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