“But with respect to the term "Wild Geese," it refers to those exiled and expatriate Irish soldiers who left Ireland to serve in continental European armies in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries - much to the delight of their ultimate employers.”
“Now we know that the film will happen, albeit under the title Wild Roses, Tender Roses, and that it will go before cameras in February 2011.”
“Selznick released the revamped film in America under the title Wild at Heart.”
“Young-adult-fantasy author Sarah Beth Durst told SCI FI Wire that her novel Into the Wild is about fairy-tale characters who have escaped into the real world.”
“Rolston said the Wild is a much stronger mentally than it was 10 days ago, and what happened in Calgary will not happen again.”
“Know for what I call the Wild Slots, nomination 4 and 5.”
“Scanning the titles, she drew out a light volume with the innocuous title Wild Horses and Burros of the Great Plains and stood in the sunlight beaming in through the window to look at its contents.”
“Mesmerizing, heartbreaking, Into the Wild is a tour de force.”
“It may be nonfiction, but Into the Wild is a mystery of the highest order.”
“A few years ago Carl Sandburg said, 'The Call of the Wild is the greatest dog story ever written and is at the same time a study of one of the most curious and profound motives that play hide-and-seek in the human soul.”
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