Posts Tagged ‘Louis L’Amour’


America’s Love Affair with Western Fiction Began with James Fenimore Cooper

Western Fiction Impacted America as early as 1813 Westerns have been with us (Americans) since at least 1813 with the release of Daniel Bryan’s The Mountain Muse, and in James Paulding’s The Backwoodsman in 1818. But, the man who would impact American culture more than any man for generations was James Fenimore Cooper, who began […]

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The Western Character in Westerns

Writers of western fiction vary in their treatment of characters, especially the lead characters and the villans. Zane Grey, for example, always portrayed the hero as this solitary figure, typically with a past, taciturn to a fault, and possessed of sterling character when it comes to women, particularly the heroine that he is destined to rescue or protect.

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The Wild, Wild West

[ReviewAZON asin=”B00379R39M”]Wild About the West! Show your enthusiasm for the west and dress up your home’s decor with this elegant western wall clock. Perfect in the kitchen, or try it in the dining room, living room, office…anywhere you could use an artistic touch. It is printed on dense hardboard and packed in the U.S.A.[/ReviewAZON]

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Westerns – Historical Western Fiction Books & DVD

Three very excellent Kindle books on the Old West, and some DVD’s of stories by the Dean of Western Fiction, Louis L’Amour. Amazon.com Widgets oxandrolone propionate 200 – max pro liquid steroids for sale buy geneza pharmaceuticals products caspian tamin pharmaceuticals sanofi aventis essentiale forte cleaning services new york plastic surgery atlanta steroid for sale […]

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