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Título: Hi Lo to Hollywood: A Max Evans Reader
Editorial: Texas Tech Univ Pr, Lubbock, TX
Año de publicación: 1998
Condición del libro: Very Good
Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)
Edición: 1st Edition
8vo, textured paper over boards (hard cover), i-xvi, 1-384, signed on half-title page, as new copy. BK/WT lit). N° de ref. de la librería 502910
Sinopsis: From among his numerous publications, award-winning author Max Evans has selected his personal favorites. The more than thirty pieces include short novels, essays, short stories, introductions to other works, and magazine articles spanning several genres and most of his writing career. Through them all runs a common thread: the understanding of and love Evans has for the West and its peoples, and his ability to convey that understanding with humor and compassion. Included works: Short novels Xavier's Folly One Eyed Sky The Wild One Old Bum My Pardner Essays "Sam Peckinpah: A Very Personal Remembrance" "King John" "Long John Dunn" "Dinner with Frank Waters" "Riding the Outside Circle in Hollywood" "Many Deaths, Many Lives" "Song of the West" Short Stories "The Ultimate Giver" "Blizzard" "Don't Kill My Dog" "The Far Cry" "The Wooden Cove" "The Third Grade Reunion" "Sky of Gold" "A Man Who Never Missed" "Big Shad's Bridge" "The Call" Introductions and Forewords "Patricino Barela" "Some Sweet Day" "The Hi Lo Country" "Final Harvest and other Convictions and Opinions" "Rounders 3" Magazine Articles "The Cowboy and the Professor" "A Horse to Brag About" "Showdown at Hollywood Park" "The Wild Bunch" "The World's Strangest Creature" "Super Bull"
De los audiolibros: Max Evans's short stories, essays and novellas are read by four narrators. This collection is for listeners who like variety. Dove's readers are professional actors who add drama, suspense and color to these plots and bring emotion and animation to the many characters. Timeless, tragicomical stories about wild horses, blizzards and cowboys involve elements of romance, history, and humor. The diversity of readers and tales provides a unique, delightful mix. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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