Zane Grey

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Noun1.Zane Grey - United States writer of western adventure novels (1875-1939)
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By early afternoon, they're out on the swift, twisting river, famous for steelhead ever since novelist Zane Grey wrote about it in the 1930s.
With a lineup including Rudyard Kipling, Zane Grey, Washington Irving, and forty other gifted writers, Taut Lines: Extraordinary True Fishing Stories may challenge that assertion.
The study focuses on the output of five major figures: writers Zane Grey, Mary Austin, and Willa Cather; photographer Paul Strand; and Charles Lummis, a writer, photographer, and cultural historian in New Mexico.
There are a great many reasons why Zane Grey continues down to this day to be one of the most famous and appreciated authors of western fiction and in brining back into print his "The Deer Stalker", a new generation of enthusiastic readers will discover just what those reasons are.
The Zane Grey cabin at Winkle Bar has been designated for preservation under the National Register of Historic Places.
Zane Grey, who moved to Paisley from Llandrindod Wells 12 years ago, was on a night out in his adopted home town following a trip to the Russian Embassy in Edniburgh where he had been presented with a Cossack hat.
We had the Zane Grey outfit here on a two-month pack trip in 1931.
It is native to the western United States, including Utah, the location for Zane Grey's Riders Of The Purple Sage (1912), which has been called the most popular Western novel of all time.
Critique: Pearl Zane Grey (January 31, 1872-October 23, 1939) was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that were a basis for the Western genre in literature and the arts; he idealized the American frontier.
ROD: Hardy's split cane Other reels include the Fortuna (1921-1966), the Cascapedia, (first sold 1932-1939); the Alma, a multiplier made from 1925 to 1937; the Zane Grey multiplier, which sold from 1928 to 1957.
Victor Carl Friesen, a Thoreau specialist and retired teacher, has selected 31 novels written by popular American Western author Zane Grey for literary study, with an emphasis upon Grey's preoccupation with the natural world, its wildness, and how that corresponds with and illuminates the American Frontier and its diverse history.
Story has written an excellent book on par with famous authors of past westerns such as Zane Grey and Louis L'amour.