The Outlaws of the Wild West: 150+ Westerns in One Edition

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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Contents: Introduction Story of the Cowboy Story of the Outlaw Novels & Stories Riders of the Purple Sage Saga (Zane Grey) Ohio River Trilogy Dan Barry Series (Max Brand) The Virginian (Owen Wister) Lin McLean Leatherstocking Series (James F. Cooper) Flying U Series (B. M. Bower) Cabin Fever Rimrock Trail (J. Allan Dunn) Breckinridge Elkins Series (Robert E. Howard) In a Hollow of the Hills (Bret Harte) Roughing It (Mark Twain) Outcasts of Poker Flat Call of the Wild (Jack London) Heart of the West (O. Henry) White Fang Wolf Hunters (James Oliver Curwood) Gold Hunters Last of the Plainsmen Border Legion Smoke Bellew Country Beyond Lone Star Ranger Ronicky Doone Trilogy Riders of the Silences Three Partners Man of the Forest Lure of the Dim Trails Tennessee's Partner Covered Wagon (Emerson Hough) Luck of Roaring Camp Rustlers of Pecos County Pike Bearfield Series O Pioneers! (Willa Cather) My Ántonia Log of a Cowboy (Andy Adams) Two-Gun Man (Charles Alden Seltzer) Short Cut (Jackson Gregory) Astoria (Washington Irving) Ungava (R.M. Ballantyne) Valley of Silent Men Black Jack Whispering Smith (Frank H. Spearman) A Texas Cow Boy (Charles Siringo) Trail Horde Golden Dream (Ballantyne) Blue Hotel (Stephen Crane) Long Shadow Girl from Montana (Grace Livingston Hill) Hidden Children (Robert W. Chambers) Where the Trail Divides Desert Trail (Dane Coolidge) Bride Comes to Yellow Sky Hidden Water…

About the Author

Mark Twain, born Samuel Langhorne Clemens on November 30, 1835, in Florida, Missouri, is one of the most celebrated authors in American literature. Known for his sharp wit, pithy social commentary, and exceptional storytelling, Twain's literary style has endured as a hallmark of 19th-century American literature. He began his career as a printer's apprentice, eventually becoming a riverboat pilot on the Mississippi River, where he adopted the pen name 'Mark Twain,' a term signifying safe water depth for navigation. Twain's experiences on the river deeply influenced his writing, most notably manifesting in 'Life on the Mississippi' and 'Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,' the latter often referred to as 'The Great American Novel.' His works have been praised for their realistic depiction of the American South, incisive satire, and use of vernacular speech. While 'The Outlaws of the Wild West: 150+ Westerns in One Edition' is a compendium often attributed to Twain, it is crucial to note that his individual contributions to the Western genre are not as specifically defined by a single publication. Twain's bibliography is extensive, with classics such as 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,' 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court,' and 'Pudd'nhead Wilson,' securing his place as a giant in the literary canon. His storytelling genius, coupled with a keen sense for social critique, makes Mark Twain a central figure in American literature, one whose works continue to be revered and analyzed for their cultural and literary significance.

Product Details

Publisher: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Language: English

Size: 20431 Pages

Filesize: 42.4 MB

ISBN: 8596547762140