Great Western Short Stories, The Morrow Anthology Of by Jon Tuska

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A collection of twenty-eight tales of the Old West includes previously unpublished stories by such classic Western writers as Zane Grey, Max Brand, and Alan LeMay, along with up-and-coming writers like Richard Wheeler and Cynthia Haselhoff.

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JON TUSKA and VICKI PIEKARSKI are co-founders of the Golden West Literary Agency as well as authors or editors of numerous works on the American West, including the Encyclopedia of Frontier and Western Fiction, Westward the Women (1988), and Billy the Kid (1994)
Published February 19, 1997 by William Morrow. 672 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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 The Western story, the editors assert, ``constitutes the single most important literary movement in the history of the United States.'' While that's debatable, it's clear, based on some of the 28 tales included here, that our fascination with the pioneer experience in the West has generated som...

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