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Rain man : a novel

Author: Leonore Fleischer; Ronald Bass; Barry Morrow
Publisher: New York : New American Library, 1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Charle Babbitt: a tough (or so he thinks), hustling and bitterly proud. When his father dies, he imagines that he is in line to inherit a fortune. But his father has other ideas. Raymond Babbit: the brother Charlie never knew, eighteen years his senior, institutionalized, trapped in the prison of his mind and haunted by shadows from his childhood, He is the one who's left the three million dollar inheritance. When  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leonore Fleischer; Ronald Bass; Barry Morrow
ISBN: 0451162846 : 9780451162847
OCLC Number: 19414293
Notes: "A Signet book."
Description: 234 pages ; 18 cm
Other Titles: Rainman
Responsibility: by Leonore Fleischer ; based on a screenplay by Ronald Bass and Barry Morrow and a story by Barry Morrow.

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Charle Babbitt: a tough (or so he thinks), hustling and bitterly proud. When his father dies, he imagines that he is in line to inherit a fortune. But his father has other ideas. Raymond Babbit: the brother Charlie never knew, eighteen years his senior, institutionalized, trapped in the prison of his mind and haunted by shadows from his childhood, He is the one who's left the three million dollar inheritance. When Charlie kidnaps Raymond in an attempt to get the money, little does he realize that he has launched them both on an odyssey across America.

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