6 edition of The Man Who Sold His Shadow (Pelican Big Books) found in the catalog.
The Man Who Sold His Shadow (Pelican Big Books)
April 20, 1998
Written in English
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The main character is a young man who sells his shadow to the Devil for a pouch that produces endless gold coins. But he finds that without a shadow, he is shunned -- an outcast. Women run from him; kids throw stones. His only friend becomes a faithful servant.
Two women he loves reject him/5(6). Directed by Lewis Allen. With Adolphe Menjou, Wheaton Chambers, Tristram Coffin, DeForest Kelley. I WAS TEN YEARS OLD AT THE TIME THIS EPISODE AIRED.
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Ralph. That timid child, so scared of his own shadow, grew up to become a writer. I write for a living. I get up in the morning, read the paper, prepare breakfast for one, open the window to freshen up the room, play some oldies music.
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After lengthy negotiations, Faust agreed to trade his soul so that his every question would be answered and “every lust in his heart” fulfilled for 24 years.
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