Wednesday, June 27, 2012
A photograph of James Jones in 1951, around the publication of From Here to Eternity, a stirring American classic about army life in the calm before Pearl Harbor. The book was instrumental in changing unjust army practices, which created a public outcry when it was first published. 
Open Road Media is proud to have restored previously censored scenes and dialogue to the text in our ebook edition. The Restored Edition includes never-before-seen passages that were cut from the original manuscript, including those containing reference to homosexuality in the military, four-letter words, political material, and philosophical content about art and society.

“A blockbuster of a book … raw and brutal and angry.”
—The New York Times

A photograph of James Jones in 1951, around the publication of From Here to Eternity, a stirring American classic about army life in the calm before Pearl Harbor. The book was instrumental in changing unjust army practices, which created a public outcry when it was first published.

Open Road Media is proud to have restored previously censored scenes and dialogue to the text in our ebook edition. The Restored Edition includes never-before-seen passages that were cut from the original manuscript, including those containing reference to homosexuality in the military, four-letter words, political material, and philosophical content about art and society.

“A blockbuster of a book … raw and brutal and angry.”

—The New York Times

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  1. eoinpurcell reblogged this from openroadmedia and added:
    Fascinating move by Open Road Media!
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