The Fox and the Hound
The Fox and the Hound is a novel written by American novelist Daniel P. Mannix and illustrated by John Schoenherr. It follows the lives of Tod, a red fox.and how
The book follows the movie for only the first half; after Tod goes back into the wild, the stories begin to differ. In the book, the hunter's favorite hunting dog does die, and he and Copper vow to hunt Tod down until the fox is killed. It takes several years for them to find the fox; each year, Tod looks forward to it in a way, as it is the only part of his old life that remains. While in the wild, Tod finds a mate, and with he raises several litters of fox pups. However, the hunter uses several hunting techniques to kill all of Tod's children, as well as his mate. The same thing happens a few years later. During this time, the once-rural area that the hunter lives turns into an urban setting.
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Part of the reason was good old fashioned politics. So much so that one of said new bloods left with some colleagues to start up the first company to ever rival Disney, at least in the 80s. You may know him as Don Bluth. The other reason? Probably because no one could find the damn novel anyway. Mannix himself is rather elusive when it comes to biographical information, and he seems to have transferred this skill to his novel.
The Fox and The Hound
The Fox and the Hound: The Novel
Mannix and illustrated by John Schoenherr. It follows the lives of Tod, a red fox raised by a human for the first year of his life, and Copper, a half- bloodhound dog owned by a local hunter, referred to as the Master. After Tod causes the death of the man's favorite hound, man and dog relentlessly hunt the fox, against the dual backdrops of a changing human world and Tod's normal life in hunting for food, seeking a mate, and defending his territory. As preparation for writing the novel, Mannix studied foxes, both tame and wild, a wide variety of hunting techniques, and the ways hounds appear to track foxes, seeking to ensure his characters acted realistically. It was well received by critics, who praised its detail and Mannix's writing style. Walt Disney Productions purchased the film rights for the novel when it won the Dutton award, though did not begin production on an adaptation until Heavily modified from the source material, Disney's The Fox and the Hound was released to theaters in July and became a box office success.
The Fox and The Hound book. Read 62 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Tod, a red fox, is sharp-witted, cunning, dauntless, and vali.
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