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The City Of Trembling Leaves (Western Literature Series)
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

University of Nevada Press, 1991

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The Ox-Bow Incident
Walter van Tilburg Clark

Signet, 1943


The Ox-Bow Incident
Walter Van Tilburg Clark (Intro By Clifton Fadiman)

The Press of the Readers Club, 1940

By Walter Van Tilburg Clark with an Introduction by Clifton Fadiman


The Ox-Box Incident
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

Time-Life Books: Special Reading Program, 1962



The Ox-Bow Incident (Modern Library Classics)
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

Modern Library, 2004

Set in 1885, The Ox-Bow Incident is a searing and realistic portrait of frontier life and mob violence in the American West. First published in 1940, it focuses on the lynching of three innocent men and the tragedy that ensues when law and order are abandoned. The result is an emotionally powerful, vivid, and unforgettable re-creation of the Western novel, which Clark transmuted into a universal story about good and evil, individual and ...


The Best of the West: A Treasury of Western Adventure, Vol. 2
Walter Van Tilburg Clark, Jack Schaefer, ...

The Readers Digest Association, Inc., 1976

Selected and condensed stories: THe Ox-Box incident, Shane, Bugles in the Afternoon, Cheyenne Autumn. 604 pages. Full color and B/W illus.


The Watchful Gods And Other Stories (Western Literature Series)
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

University of Nevada Press, 2004

In 1950, Walter Van Tilburg Clark, author of the acclaimed novel The Ox-Bow Incident - a writer who critic John R. Milton has said "did perhaps more than anyone else to define (in his fiction) the mode of perception, the acquisition of knowledge, and the style which we tend to call Western" - published a collection of short stories that had already won distinction in various national magazines. The collection - Clark's only published volume of ...


The Track Of The Cat (Western Literature Series)
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

University of Nevada Press, 1993

Walter Van Tilburg Clark's classic novel -- a tale of four men who fear a marauding mountain lion but swear to conquer it -- is a gripping exploration of the conflict between good and evil.


The Big Sky (Time Reading Program Special Edition)
A. B. Guthrie

Time-Life Books, 1964

Originally published more than fifty years ago, THE BIG SKY is the first of A. B. Guthrie, Jr.'s, epic adventure novels of America's vast frontier. THE BIG SKY introduces Boone Caudill, Jim Deakins, and Dick Summers, three of the most memorable characters in Western American literature. Traveling the Missouri River from St. Louis to the Rockies, these frontiersmen live as trappers, traders, guides, and explorers. The story centers on Caudill, a ...


Ox-Bow Incident (Classics Illustrated - GIlberton, #125)
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

Gilberton Co, 1969


The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903 - in 3 Volumes
Alfred) Van Tilburg Clark, Walter Ed Doten

University of Nevada Press, 1973

★ ABOUT THE AUTHOR ★ ___ Born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Alfred Doten (1829-1903) sailed to California in 1849 to make his fortune in placer gold mining. Unsuccessful, he moved to Nevada to participate in the silver boom but gravitated instead to journalism. He worked as a reporter on the Nevada newspapers: the Como Sentinel, the Virginia Daily Union, the Virginia City Territorial Enterprise, and ultimately the Gold Hill Daily News. In ...


Lady in Boomtown: Miners and manners of the Nevada frontier
Mrs. Hugh Brown (Marjorie Brown)

Ballantine Books Comstock Edition, 1972

Comstock edition: from back cover: "It was 1904 - a pioneer situation - a silvermining town in its earliest stages. Shacks and mine shafts sprawled across the narrow valley. Gamblers, prostitutes and wild adventurers followed the first prospectors, and money was everywhere in the rough desert town."


Bret Harte Stories of the Early West: The Luck of Roaring Camp and 16 Other Exciting Tales of Mining and ...
Bret Harte

Platt & Munk, 1964

Bret Harte was the first important American writer to use the early western mining settlements, the colorful lives of prospectors, gamblers, early ranchers and frontier women, and the stage coach and derringer in his stories. he little knew that he was founding the most popular type of American reading, the "western". This varied selection of his stories includes, among others: The Luck of Roaring Camp, Tennessee's Partner, The Outcasts of Poker ...


The Track of the Cat
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

New American Library, 1950


The Ox-bow Incident
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

Classics Of Old West Bomc, 1992

1992 Random House BCE hardcover with dust jacket as shown. Tight spine, clear, crisp pages, no writing, no tears, smoke free. Dust jacket shows light edge wear. Fiction


Christmas Comes to Hjalsen
Walter Van Tilburg Clark

Black Rock Press, 1998


Reader's Digest Condensed Books (1960 Number 4)
Morris L. West, Commander James Calvert, ...

Reader's Digest Association, 1960

Includes: The Devil's Advocate; Surface at the Pole; Mistress of Mellyn; Up From Slavery; Hook; The Days Were too Short



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