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For other uses, see The Road disambiguation. This distresses the boy causing the father to return and leave the man’s clothes and shoes on the road, but the man is nowhere to be found.
When they search a house for supplies, they discover a locked cellar containing captives whom cannibal gangs have been eating limb by limb, and flee into the woods. Discussing the novel’s relation to established genres, Chabon insists The Road is not science fiction; although “the adventure story in both its modern and epic forms This single location in Australian Capital Territory: Comments and reviews What are comments?
In a town inland, the father is shot in the leg with an arrow by a husband and wife.
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The boy becomes ill, and after spending some time on the beach recovering, their cart is stolen and they desperately look for it and those who took it. The Wall Street Journal. You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. Imagining what the city might look like fifty to a hundred years into the future, he pictured “fires on the hill” and thought about his son. Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait The man swims to it and recovers supplies, including a flare gunwhich he demonstrates to the boy.
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Their names are never revealed in the story. Voyages and travels — Fiction. The father uses one of the rounds to kill a marauder who discovers them, disturbing the boy. The New York Review of Books. Tags What are tags? In an interview with John Jurgensen of The Wall Street JournalMcCarthy described conversations he and his brother had about different scenarios for an apocalypse.
Retrieved 21 October Realizing they cannot survive the winter, the man takes the boy south along empty roads towards the sea, comac their meager possessions in their knapsacks and a supermarket cart. Works by Cormac McCarthy. Subjects Fathers and sons — Fiction. Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The best reads from to “. The Road film.
The man is suffering from a serious cough and knows he is dying. This single location in All: Post-apocalyptic fiction Tragedy       . Views Read Edit View history. The book was adapted to a film of the same name indirected by John Hillcoat.
He convinces the boy he is one of the “good guys”, and after helping the boy wrap his father in blankets in the woods, takes him under his protection. Archived from the original on January 19, They stay there for several days, regaining their strength, and then move on, taking lots of supplies from the bunker with them in a new cart.
In an interview with Oprah WinfreyMcCarthy said that the inspiration for the book came during a visit to El Paso, Texaswith his young son. It is a post-apocalyptic novel detailing the journey of a father and his young son over a period of several months, across a landscape blasted by an unspecified cataclysm that has destroyed most of civilization and, in the intervening years, almost all life on Earth.
Home All editions Nccarthy editionPolish, Book edition: A televised interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show was conducted on June 5, and it was McCarthy’s first, xroga he had been interviewed for the print media before.