Zane Grey

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United States writer of western adventure novels (1875-1939)


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Eric Solomon's "Early Baseball Fiction: The Case for Zane Grey" considers a group of stories by one writer, Zane Grey, a writer typically associated with an entirely different fiction subgenre.
Zane Grey traveled, hunted, and fished throughout the American West, and this first-hand knowledge was the basis for his well-respected descriptions of the land-that serves as the stage for his stories.
Novelist Zane Grey lassoed top spots with his dime store westerns.
Norman especially enjoyed a story by author Zane Grey, whose account of a man's perseverance, hard work, and resolve filled him with a sense of strength.
The twentieth volume in Eureka Production's truly outstanding series of graphic novel adaptations of classic works of literature, "Western Classics" features stories set in the American West and written by some of the most talented authors of the genre including Zane Grey, Bret Harte, Robert E.
If other kids read adventure and daring-do, Jules Verne and Daniel Boone, I was reading waters, Izaak Walton, Zane Grey, Nick Adams.
Then, by camp fire, candle or torch and even whilst driving, I read each day, material from Zane Grey through biographies, to Sheep Husbandry manuals.
Arizona produced Barry Goldwater, Mo Udall, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Zane Grey.
As the leader, I have taken considerable lumps for having placed on the list God's Little Acre by Erskine Caldwell, The Sharpshooter Blues by Lewis Nordan, The End of the Affair by Graham Greene, and Riders of the Purple Sage by Zane Grey.
Ghost Rider" would have been most fun had it been made for a dime by a Roger Corman-type outfit as a quickie Gothic adventure spinning Zane Grey, "Faust" and Evel Knievel.
Among these "character study" photographs, Julia has included an image of a page of handwritten text excerpted from the diary of the restaurant owner's wife that narrates the voyage of his grandfather from the Basque Country to the "New Country" in the breathless prose of a Zane Grey Western, with the obligatory shoot-out included.
Mix and his horse, Tony, made 60 pictures for Fox, many of which were adaptations of Zane Grey novels.
After reading her newspapers and from a variety of books - her coffee table held copies of local magazines and Zane Grey novels - Fisher walks down the hill to the senior center to socialize with her friends over lunch.
This was the earliest of the popular Zane Grey (1872-1939) westerns which altogether sold a boggling 13 million copies in that author's lifetime.
That Western writer Zane Grey was a dentist and that the last words of H G Wells were, "Go away.