Great stories of the American West II
D.I. Fine Books/Dutton
The popularity of the first volume, Great Stories of the American West, prompted premier anthologist Martin Greenberg to bring together more stories by veteran writers who, while diverse in style and character, share both a love of the American West and a talent for bringing it to life through their prose. Here, Louis L'Amour, John Jakes, Loren D. Estelman, Mark Twain, Evan Hunter and Marcia Muller - some of the very writers who pioneered the American folk literature that has come to be known as the "Western" - succumb to the call of the West, evoking frontier life in all its complexities. Cowboy traditionalists and modernists alike will be downright satisfied by this excellent assemblage of tales, which in turn challenges and pays tribute to the myth of the mythical West.
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