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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

MSU Professor Brings Classic Adventure Tales Back to Life

The Lansing State Journal has a feature on Gary Hoppenstand, a professor of American studies at Michigan State University who has edited and written introductions for six critical editions of classic adventure stories including The Prisoner of Zenda and Rafael Sabatini's Captain Blood. Hoppenstand persuades publishers to bring the classic novels back into print and "resurrects them" by making them more authentic and true to the initial release of the book.

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