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In the Dark

A Capital Mars

When Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote Under the Moons of Mars in 1911, introducing the character John Carter, he did so in a mood of desperation. At 35, with a wife and two children, he had failed miserably in several business ventures and was in the process of going broke trying to sell pencil sharpeners.
George McCartney

George McCartney

George McCartney is film editor for Chronicles.

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