The Greatest Cowboy Stories Ever Told Edited by Stephen Brennan
The cowboy, one of the greatest fictional characters in American literary history, is more than a man or a myth; he is an identity, the soul of a country that started out as the wild and unruly and has risen to the civilized and respected. The Greatest Cowboy Stories Ever Told includes twenty-three exciting stories from a variety of contributors, such as Mark Twain, Karl May, Tom McGuane, Larry McMurty, Edgar Beecher Bronson, Frederic Remington, Max Brand, and John Graves.
This book is filled with some of the most action-filled and exciting stories ever to come out of the American landscape.
Paperback, c2005, 333 p. ;15 cm.
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