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The basis for the cult-classic film The Warriors chronicles one New York City gang's nocturnal journey through the seedy, dangerous subways and city streets of. The basis for the cult-classic film The Warriors chronicles one New York City gang's nocturnal journey through the seedy, dangerous subways. The Warriors is a novel written by Sol Yurick in It became the inspiration for the cult classic movie The Warriors. Compared to the movie, the novel takes a.

Arriving at the 96th Street and Broadway station, the Dominators encounter a transit cop eyeing them suspiciously. Aware that the police are trying to round up all the gangs in the city, and that they are still holding the knife they used to stab the possibly dead man, The Dominators evade the transit cop by jumping off the train just as he boards, but more police show up and they flee: Hinton jumps onto the tracks and runs into the subway tunnel, Dewey and Junior jump a train that's going uptown, and Hector, Lunkface, and Bimbo run out of the station.

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Hector, Lunkface and Bimbo run into Riverside Park. Now, without the other gang members to see them, the trio removes their insignia pins to avoid attracting attention. They encounter a large, heavy-set, alcoholic nurse sitting on a bench; Lunkface takes an interest in her. The woman is only interested in Hector, referring to Lunkface and Bimbo as " niggers ".

Hector lures her to a secluded spot where they try to have sex with her and she accepts them willingly. When Bimbo starts rifling through her purse, she reacts angrily. When Lunkface, frustrated, hits her to keep her still, the woman retaliates with unexpected strength and starts screaming "Rape! The trio, unable to overpower her, flee but are promptly caught by police coming to the woman's aid. Hinton, inside the subway tunnel, takes time for reflection.

Feeling like an outsider and resenting the gang, he unleashes his contempt by writing on the wall, putting the gang down.

Feeling guilty, he rubs out his insults and replaces them with the gang's "tag" he has been doing this throughout the novel. Hinton arrives at Times Square station, the designated meeting place. While waiting for the gang he enters a public bathroom unknown to him re-purposed as a sort of brothel and is forced into sex with a teenage prostitute, shakes off a homosexual and a young junkie offering sexual favors for money, travels back and forth on the shuttle to Grand Central and, overcome with an inexplicable hunger, eats incessantly.

When he comes to an arcade, he plays a shootout game with a dummy sheriff, winning twice, reflecting his resentment of authority. Before he knows it, he has achieved everything he usually does with the gang, and wonders why he needs them. Dewey and Junior meet up with Hinton and the trio head off to complete their journey home. Although Dewey outranks Hinton, Hinton takes over the role of leader as he has an unexpected knack for the job.

A pair of jocks, returning home from their senior prom with their dates, eye the trio as if challenging them, but Hinton doesn't back down, feeling a sense of moral victory as he does, and the jocks depart.

Hinton, Dewey and Junior finally arrive in Coney Island just before daybreak. After a brief moment of celebration, Hinton, all riled up with anger and the sense of victory, impulsively calls out a rumble against the Lords, the rival gang to the Dominators. Aware that the police are trying to round up all the gangs in the city, and that they are still holding the knife they used to stab the possibly dead man, The Dominators evade the transit cop by jumping off the train just as he boards, but more police show up and they flee: Hinton jumping onto the tracks into the subway tunnel, Dewey and Junior jumping an uptown train and Hector, Lunkface, and Bimbo running out of the station.

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Hector, Lunkface and Bimbo run into Riverside Park. Now, without the other gang members to see them, the trio removes their insignia pins so to avoid arrest. They encounter a large, fat, alcoholic nurse sitting on a bench and Lunkface takes an interest in her.

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The woman is only interested in Hector, referring to Lunkface and Bimbo as " niggers ". Hector lures her to a secluded spot where they jump her and she accepts them willingly. When Bimbo starts rifling through her purse, she reacts angrily.

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When Lunkface, frustrated, hits her to keep her still, the woman retaliates with unexpected strength and starts screaming "Rape! The trio, unable to overpower her, flee but are promptly caught by the police. Hinton, inside the subway tunnel, takes time for reflection. Feeling like an outsider and resenting the gang, he unleashes his contempt by writing on the wall, putting the gang down. Feeling guilty, he rubs out his insults and replaces them with the gang's "tag" he has been doing this throughout the novel.

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Hinton arrives at Times Square station, the meeting place. While waiting for the gang he enters a public bathroom unknown to him re-purposed as a sort of brothel and is forced into sex with a teenage prostitute, shakes off a homosexual and a young junkie offering sexual favors for money, travels back and forth on the shuttle to Grand Central and, overcome with an inexplicable hunger, eats incessantly.

When he comes to an arcade, he plays a shootout game with a dummy sheriff, winning twice, reflecting his resentment of authority. Before he knows it, he has achieved everything he usually does with the gang, and wonders why he needs them. Dewey and Junior meet up with Hinton and the trio head off to complete their journey.

Although Dewey outranks Hinton, Hinton takes over the role of leader as he has an unexpected knack for the job. Hinton, Dewey and Junior finally arrive in Coney Island.

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After a brief moment of celebration, Hinton, all riled up with anger and the sense of victory, impulsively calls out a rumble against the Lords, the rival gang to the Dominators.

Hinton, not having a girlfriend, goes home. There his mother, Minnie, is in the midst of sex with her boyfriend, Norbert. Hinton tends to the baby who was being neglected, then has a futile talk with his junkie older half-brother Alonso about life in general and the future.

Hinton crawls out onto the fire escape and falls asleep, his thumb in his mouth. They are racially mixed three black, five white, one Hispanic. All are either black or Hispanic.

Director Walter Hill initially wanted the Warriors to be an all-black gang but Paramount vetoed that idea. Throughout the novel, the character The Junior reads from a comic book , a classic-comics version of the story Anabasis by Xenophon , on which the book is loosely based.

There is no reference to that story in the film, although the film's plot line is much closer to the plot line of Anabasis than the novel.

Walter Hill originally wanted a comic-styled introduction and transitions, but Paramount rejected the idea. Hill also wanted Orson Welles to do a narrated introduction about Greek themes, but the studio did not like the idea and refused to pay for it.

There are 7 gang members of them going back home to their turf. Take, you know, advice. Aug 19, Greg Harrison rated it really liked it.

It took a few pages to get use to this style but it really fits in with this wol. There were seven members on the expedition and not nine. And then a revelation because the dol is so troubling and insightful on its own terms. My library Help Advanced Book Search.Throughout the novel, the character Junior reads a comic book version of the story. The Skull Throne: May 01, Hayden rated it it was amazing Shelves: Similar Items Related Subjects: This is, in my opinion, a novel that defines a generation of youth, a group of kids who don't have a voice.

A Night Without Stars. You already recently rated this item. Please review your cart. The writer set out to represent the grittiness of New York and he accomplishes this.