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When it was first published in 1959, The Hustler was the first—and the best—novel written about billiards in the 400-year history of the game. The book quickly won a respected readership and later an audience for the movie with the same name starring Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason. The Hustler is about the victories and losses of one “Fast” Eddie Felson, a poolroom hustler

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    “When the bottles hit they tinkled and jangled noisily; but Eddie did not hear them because of the overriding – yet distant, detached, far-off – sound of his own screaming.”

    I saw The Hustler for the first time recently, I love the atmosphere and the mood that drifts from nihilism to hope, Paul Newman struggling with the anger and hatred inside of himself in between long silent brooding takes. And I knew within the first chapter of reading the words of Walter Tevis that all of it stemmed from her

    I saw The Hustler for the first time recently, I love the atmosphere and the mood that drifts from nihilism to hope, Paul Newman struggling with the anger and hatred inside of himself in between long silent brooding takes. And I knew within the first chapter of reading the words of Walter Tevis that all of it stemmed from here.

    “We go from disappointment to disappointment, from hope to denial, from expectation to surrender, as we grow older, thinking or coming to think that what was wrong was the wanting, so intense it hurt us, and believing or coming to believe that hope was our mistake and expectation our error, and that everything the more we want it the more difficult the having it seems to be.” This comes from the work of Alfred Hayes and it could quite easily have been written about Fast Eddie and his companions on the outskirts of society but at the heart of pool hustling in Chicago.

    The subject matter is treated without hysteria, without glamour, nobody really attempts to demonstrate that there’s a better or more moral life out there somewhere, like the very best books of its kind there is no other world for these characters, you hustle pool or you stop living it’s that simple and Tevis doesn’t think so little of his readers that he feels the need to tack on a happy ending either. This is an elegant, beautifully written novel with flawed, fully realised characters, there’s no good guys, there’s no bad guys, there’s just guys. And Sarah.
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