I seem to have walked right into the thick of a dime novel
," said our visitor.
When I reached this place I learned that I was wrong and that it wasn't a dime novel
No, F-l-x, we would not call Treasure Island or the Pilgrim's Progress dime novels
Hired by the Kansas Pacific Railroad to kill not less than 12 buffalo a day, Cody became a dime novel
hero, and for a time was the most famous celebrity in the world, touring the world with his Wild West show.
It's noon, and the open front door is a bright rectangle of sunlight streaming in from the Gulf--a stark counterpoint to the ultra-dim interior with the red light bulbs that set the mood of a Mickey Spillane dime novel
I listened to his detailed report and it seemed more like a dime novel
than an historical fact.
In Karen Memory, she shows off her steampunk chops while channeling Huckleberry Finn with Karen Memery's coarse, uneducated voice, playing on the frontier ethos of cinematic Westerns, and subverting the dime novel
And, let's not forget Calamity Jane, the cross-dressing, tough-talking, sharp-shooting heroine of many a dime novel
and a completely berserk film starring Doris Day.
The library has a 19th century dime novel
collection, a collection about child survivors of the Jewish Holocaust, and a collection of revolutionary and political movements in Russia from 1875 to 1937.
Last, but by no means least, the first volume of Wild West introduces us to a century-old dime novel
and Edward Wheeler's Deadwood Dick, while John Jakes contributes a classic gunfight and Dorothy M.
Trails of the Dime Novel
is an unusual Western, about a young man in the late 1800's who set out west to write dramatic stories that would capture the imagination of the reading populace, and found himself living them instead.
New York publishers had introduced the dime novel
, a lurid form that needed larger-than-life heroes.