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  1. The Sicilian by Mario Puzo, 2001-05-01
  2. The Fortunate Pilgrim by Mario Puzo, 2004-09-28
  3. The Family by Mario Puzo, 2002-09-01
  4. The Last Don by Mario Puzo, 1997-01-29
  5. The Godfather by Mario Puzo, 2002-03-01
  6. Fools Die by Mario Puzo, 1979-10-01
  7. The Fourth K by Mario Puzo, 2004-11-23
  8. Omerta (Policiaca) (Spanish Edition) by Mario Puzo, 2008-02
  9. The Dark Arena by Mario Puzo, 2001-05-01
  10. Six Graves to Munich by Mario Puzo, 2010-05-04
  11. Los Borgia (Novela Historica) (Spanish Edition) by Mario Puzo, 2009-02-10
  12. The Godfather by Mario Puzo, 1969
  13. Inside Las Vegas by Mario Puzo, 1977-04
  14. The Godfather by Mario Puzo, 1969

1. Mario Puzo - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Mario Gianluigi Puzo (October 15, 1920 – July 2, 1999) was an Italian American author known for his novels about the Mafia, especially The Godfather (1969).
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Mario Puzo was born into an immigrant family in New York City in the area known as Hell s Kitchen . His father was a railway trackman. Puzo lived with his
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Mario Puzo (1920-1999) American novelist, best-known for his Godfather saga . The novel stayed on The New York Times ' best-seller list for sixty-seven weeks. Puzo's book had a deep impact on American society through its film adaptation, and the saying "I'll make him an offer he can't refuse" has became a cliché. However, Puzo always claimed that he had never met a gangster in his life before the book appeared. "Don Vito Corleone was a man to whom everybody came for help, and never were they disappointed. He made no empty promises, nor the craven excuse that his hands were tied by more powerful forces in the world than himself. It was not necessary that he be your friend, it was not even important that you had no means with which to repay him. Only one thing was required. That you, you yourself, proclaim your friendship. And then, now matter how poor or powerless the supplicant, Don Corleone would take that man's troubles to his heart. And he would let nothing stand in the way to a solution of that man's woe. His reward? Friendship, the respectful title of "Don," and sometimes the more affectionate salutation of "Godfather." Mario Puzo was born into an immigrant family in New York City in the area known as 'Hell's Kitchen'. His father was a railway trackman. Puzo lived with his six brothers and sisters above the railway yards. The discovery of public libraries and the world of literature led Puzo in the direction of writing. During World War II Puzo served in the US Air Force stationed in East Asia and Germany. After the war he stayed in Germany as a civilian public relations man for the Air Force. Puzo then studied at the New School for Social Research, New York, and at Columbia University. During this period he took classes in literature and creative writing. In 1946 he married Erika Broske; they had five children. His first published story, 'The Last Christmans', appeared in

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Mario Puzo His saga of a Mafia family is one of the most familiar stories in American culture, and Don Vito Corleone surely keeps company with Huck Finn

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Pierwsza ksi ka Mario Puzo Mroczna Arena, pojawi a si w 1955 roku, kiedy mia 35 lat. Od 1963 roku Puzo pracowa jako wolny dziennikarz i pisarz.
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Kolekcja cytat³w w Wikicytatach Mario Gianluigi Puzo (ur. 15 października , zm. 2 lipca amerykański powieściopisarz pochodzenia włoskiego Znany przede wszystkim ze swoich książek opisujących sycylijską mafię . Najsłynniejsza z nich, Ojciec chrzestny , opublikowana w roku, stała się tematem scenariusza filmu nakręconego w roku przez Francisa Forda Coppolę , z Marlonem Brando i Alem Pacino w rolach gł³wnych. Film zdobył trzy Oscary : za najlepszy film, najlepszego aktora pierwszoplanowego i najlepszy scenariusz. Książka została sprzedana w nakładzie dwudziestu pięciu milion³w egzemplarzy i przetłumaczona na kilkadziesiąt język³w. Puzo urodził się w rodzinie amerykańskich imigrant³w w nowojorskiej dzielnicy zwanej Hell's Kitchen. Jego ojciec był zawiadowcą kolei. Mieszkał z sz³stką rodzeństwa przy stacji kolejowej. Podczas II wojny światowej Puzo służył w Siłach Powietrznych Armii Stan³w Zjednoczonych . Po zakończeniu wojny pracował w Niemczech jako cywilny publicysta prasowy dla Sił Powietrznych.

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Mario Puzo Born 15Oct-1920 Birthplace Hell s Kitchen, Manhattan, NY Died 2-Jul-1999 Location of death Bay Shore, Long Island, NY
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Son: Anthony Son: Joseph Daughter: Dorothy Ann Puzo Daughter: Virginia Son: Eugene University: New School for Social Research University: Columbia University Oscar for Best Screenplay (another medium) 1973 for The Godfather (with Francis Ford Coppola Oscar for Best Screenplay (adapted) 1975 for The Godfather Part II (with Francis Ford Coppola Golden Globe 1973 Best Screenplay for The Godfather (with Francis Ford Coppola Italian Ancestry Risk Factors: Diabetes Author of books: The Dark Arena , novel) The Fortunate Pilgrim , novel) The Runaway Summer of Davie Shaw , novel) The Godfather , novel) Fools Die , novel) The Sicilian , novel, continuation of The Godfather story) The Fourth K , novel) The Last Don , novel, became a television miniseries) Omerta , novel) Do you know something we don't?

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Mario Puzo was born in the Hell s Kitchen neighborhood in Manhattan, into a poor Italian family. He joined the Air Force at the start of World War II, Puzo

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    "To My Friend Geoff, Thank you for making me famous on the internet with your beautiful and flattering web site. In gratitude I leave you the province of Corleone in Italy. Gratefully," Mario Puzo spent the last three years of his life writing Omerta , the concluding installment in his saga about power and morality in America. See below for info on all of Mario's books, including The Godfather and The Last Don The Mario Puzo Library: FICTION: THE DARK ARENA THE FORTUNATE PILGRIM THE GODFATHER FOOLS DIE ... THE FAMILY NONFICTION: INSIDE LAS VEGAS CHILDREN'S BOOK: THE RUNAWAY SUMMER OF DAVIE SHAW webmaster AT mariopuzo DOT com No content or images may be used without permission.

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    The 26 years since the blockbuster publication of The Godfather have done very little to dampen the American reading public's insatiable appetite for the fictional mob world of Mario Puzo. What has Puzo been doing all this time? "I've been around," the 75-year-old author says from his Long Island home. "I wanted to write other books, do some screenplays, get in some time living. Unlike some other authors, it takes me five years to write a book, instead of the usual two years that most authors take." With the release of The Last Don , Puzo hopes to regain some of the momentum lost in his career due to the lackluster sales of his 1991 novel, The Fourth K , a superbly written political morality tale concerning a charismatic President seduced by the lure of power. The novel received so-so notices, generated some talk, but flopped.

    15. Mario Puzo - Authors - Random House
    mario puzo was born in New York and, following military service in World War II, attended New York s New School for Social Research and Columbia University.

    16. CNN - 'Godfather' Author Mario Puzo Dies - July 2, 1999
    mario puzo died Friday of an apparent heart failure at his home in Bay Shore, Long Island, according to his literary agent. puzo was 78.

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