Friday, February 28, 2020
My copy clocks in at a whopping 1,353 pages.
This massive book sponsored by The Western Literature Association contains dozens of essays by noted Western literary scholars on aspects of the Western
written canon both familiar and obscure [to this reader, at least.]
Do you want information on the phenomena of Mid-Western "Farm" literature? It's here.
Details on Scandinavian Immigrant Literature? Bingo!
A careful examination of Frank Dobie? Yep.
Admittedly, this is a scholarly work and may hold less appeal for the strictly formula Western reader, but I'd say any true lover of the genre will find ready fodder for future consumption within.
“ Out on the trail, nature equalizes the work to a great extent, and no man can shirk unduly, but in camp, inside the cramped confines of ...
His eyes dragged closed and he tried to let his body go loose and limp. Tightening up against pain was the worst thing you could do. I...
“Out here a gun is a tool. Men use them when they have to. I know what King Mabry is like because my father was like that.” Dodie touche...
People’s approval ain’t nothin’ you need. Half the time it ain’t true. Just be sure you think you’re right; and that you’re comforta...