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To everybody…. Born in San Francisco in February , Tevis began his career in the early s, writing for science fiction magazines. Tevis regularly talked with his class about his days working at a pool hall after he returned home from serving time in the Navy during WWII. The exploits of his days shooting pool and gambling found their way into his book The Hustler. The Hustler is an off-beat suspense novel about a pool room hustler who comes to the big town to make a bid for the pool shark championship of the world. Young, slim, and innocent looking, Eddie travels around the country making a good and not exactly dishonest living.
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This is a compact, tidy novel. Its setting is the world of big time professional pool players,- hustlers, and its hero is Its setting is the world of big time professional pool players,- hustlers, and its hero is Fast Eddie Felson, 25, a good looking, quietly dressed, pleasant young man with bright eyes, whose appearance is part of the successful ""hustle"" because it's not wholly false. Eddie and his mentor, Charlie, had left Oakland for Chicago and their trip had been lucrative although relatively small time. Eddie felt that he was ready for Chicago and Minnesota Fats -- the best pool player in the country whose arena was Chicago's Bennington's where the business was pool and nothing else.
Even if you've seen the movie, don't let it stop you from reading this, and Tevis's other work. I can't think of an author not that I'm thinking too hard right now whose novels are quite so varied pool, science fiction of various types, and chess. Read full review. Account Options Sign in.