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  1. Gates of Eden is a collection of short stories written by Ethan Coen, first published in 1998. The title comes from one of the stories in the book with reference to the biblical Garden of Eden. The stories within the book range from traditional fiction to stories formatted like a radio script.

  2. 11 de nov. de 2008 · The fiction debut of one of the most distinctive filmmakers working today, Ethan Coen. In Gates of Eden, Ethan Coen exhibits on the printed page the striking, twisted, yet devastatingly on-target vision of modern American life familiar from his movies.

    • (39)
    • Steve Brzezinski, Ethan Coen
    • $14.99
    • Harper Perennial
  3. 1 de jan. de 2001 · In the eponymous "Gates of Eden," a sexist and self-indulgent detective enters getting lucky but exits soiling himself and with a butt covered in bee stings. In "Cosa Minapolidan" we see homophobia spun into a vengeful gang haggling over a corpse that may or may not have been gay when alive.

    • (1,4K)
    • Paperback
  4. 11 de nov. de 2008 · The world within the world we live in comes alive in fourteen brazenly original tragicomic short stories—from the Midwest mob war that fizzles due to the principals' ineptness to the trials of a...

    • 0061684880, 9780061684883
    • Ethan Coen
    • Harper Collins, 2008
  5. Compre online Gates of Eden, de Coen, Ethan na Amazon. Frete GRÁTIS em milhares de produtos com o Amazon Prime. Encontre diversos livros escritos por Coen, Ethan com ótimos preços.

  6. Compre online Gates of Eden: Stories, de Coen, Ethan na Amazon. Frete GRÁTIS em milhares de produtos com o Amazon Prime. Encontre diversos livros escritos por Coen, Ethan com ótimos preços.

  7. The world within the world we live in comes alive in fourteen brazenly original tragicomic short stories—from the Midwest mob war that fizzles due to the principals' ineptness to the trials of a deaf private eye with a blind client to a fugitive's heartbreaking explanation for having beheaded his wife, alarming in that it almost makes sense.

    • Ethan Coen