9 thoughts on “ Im A Fool

  1. Apr 05,  · "I'm a Fool" is the ONLY Anderson work ever turned into film. His novel "Kit Brandon" was optioned but never made it to the screen. As Henry Fonda refers to Anderson's work in the introduction, this "sketch" is just that, as a story and as a short film. Being produced on a low budget, the film is kept simple and definitely not over-produced/10(1).
  2. Apr 05,  · This made-for-TV movie is based on a Sherwood Anderson story. Ron Howard plays a young man who goes on the road as a horse trainer. To impress a Director: Noel Black.
  3. Nov 14,  · Title: I'm a Fool (14 Nov ) / Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below/10().
  4. " I'm a Fool " is a short story by American writer Sherwood Anderson. It was first published in the February issue of The Dial (followed the next month by the London Mercury), and later, in as the first story in Anderson's short-story collection Horses and Men.
  5. I'm A Fool by Sherwood Anderson. Transcribed from the The Dial vol. 72, It was a hard jolt for me, one of the most bitterest I ever had to face. And it all came about through my own foolishness too. Even yet sometimes, when I think of it, I want to cry or swear or kick myself/
  6. There are a couple of salient ideas in Sherwood Anderson's "I'm a Fool." One is the "poignant treatment of an adolescent's inferiority complex and his journey to maturity and self-knowledge.
  7. I'm interested in women's health because I'm a woman. I'd be a darn fool not to be on my own side. Maya Angelou. Health Women Woman My Own. If we don't plant the right things, we will reap the wrong things. It goes without saying. And you don't have to be, you know, a brilliant biochemist and you don't have to have an IQ of
  8. I'm a fool to want you I'm a fool to want you To want a love that can't be true A love that's there for others too [Verse 2] I'm a fool to hold you Such a fool to hold you To seek a kiss not mine.
  9. I'm a Fool Lyrics: Got nothing to lose this time / And I'm bored with the same old lines / I never know what to do or what to say to you / One look and you'll knock me out / Put me on the floor with.

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