[Pdf New] (Forlorn River) AUTHOR Zane Grey


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  • Forlorn River
  • Zane Grey
  • English
  • 06 July 2020
  • 9780803270558

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Forlorn River review Õ 103 Rsues a herd of wild horses The herd leads him directly into danger cattle thieves with connections in high places Distrusted by the woman he loves menaced by killers and hounded by slander Ben finds his day of reckoning at the edge of Forlorn River What he In my desire to find new authors and books to read this year I have read a large number of books written in the first half of the twentieth century This book written in 1927 falls in to that category I had only read one other Zane Grey novel namely Riders of the Purple Sage which I enjoyed Most westerns involve a good guy a bad guy a pretty woman and a shootout Zane Grey in my experience with only two books does the unthinkable in inserting a sensitive romance in to his novels The language of the 1920 s and the simplicity of the prose makes the book even attractive Reading this book made me feel like I was watching an old black and white movie which based on the last few movies I ve watched is not a bad thing Moody Forever reckoning at the edge of Forlorn River What he In my desire to find new authors and books to Очаг на башне read this year I have Druids A History read a large number of books written in the first half of the twentieth century This book written in 1927 falls in to that category I had only The Mechanics' Institute Review: Issue 5 read one other Zane Grey novel namely Riders of the Purple Sage which I enjoyed Most westerns involve a good guy a bad guy a pretty woman and a shootout Zane Grey in my experience with only two books does the unthinkable in inserting a sensitive White Nights romance in to his novels The language of the 1920 s and the simplicity of the prose makes the book even attractive Reading this book made me feel like I was watching an old black and white movie which based on the last few movies I ve watched is not a bad thing

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Forlorn River review Õ 103 Does next will make him an outcast or a hero First published in 1927 Forlorn River sets in motion the events and characters that extend into Nevada also available as a Bison Book This Authorized Edition carries a new foreword by Zane Grey’s son Loren Gre It was a decent enough story but I found Zane Grey s writing style to be just too much for me to really enjoy the book The relationships in the book were all so melodramatic The Indian character simply named Modoc was straight from Central Casting He seemed to have supernatural abilities as a tracker he often communicated in sign language and when he spoke it was usually something uite wise and contained the phrase heap bigThe most distracting part of the book was that Grey seemed to make a conscious effort to find alternatives to the words said and asked but he had a main short list of alternates So the book was overflowing with ueried declared went on replied responded and rejoined He even used solilouized at least for times But the one thing that was distracting than anything else was the unbelievable number of times that the characters ejaculated something

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Forlorn River review Õ 103 Ben Ide is a failure in the horse trade because he loves horses than money A few bad deals have turned the world against him His greatest adversary is his father who thinks Ben good for nothing Determined to show what he is made of and what he can do Ben pu Forlorn River and its seuel Nevada are my two favorite Zane Grey novelsI find these novels brimming with Grey s loving descriptions of frontier wilderness They also maintain Grey s tradition of simplifying characterization to maximize the epic ualities of all people trying to lead good lives in the face of evilI like to escape into these novels and it s easier with these two novels in particular because the cultural biases present in Grey s lifetime are not as prevalent in these novels as in others even though they are present Women are sensitive insightful and intuitive than men This attitude is really a slam against both men and women In these novels though the women characters come across as very strong and the men as capable of love and loyalty Injuns and Greasers Minorities get minimized by Zane Grey and that is true in this novel also yet to a lesser degree One minor character Modoc has a significant role in the novel Steely eyed Mormon men Hidden wives and bold eyed Mormon men are given a pass through in the novel as the protagonists pass through a Mormon town with their wagonsBoth novels follow the same plotline Good people are conned by bad people eventually to be saved by a good man who possesses a hidden bad past and a large deadly pistolIn Forlorn River published in 1927 young Ben Ide is cast out by his rich dad branded a wild horse hunter and possible rustler Ide befriends a wounded man whom he nicknames Nevada Ide does the same for Modoc an Indian he pulls out of a saloon All three men form bonds of loyalty in their isolated state as they hunt wild horses in the California wildernessMeanwhile as in all romances there is romance Ina Blaine comes back from college with a degree of sophistication and independence that her parents find disturbing She hasn t forgotten her early values though or Ben In addition to this Hettie Ide sixteen years old finds the mysterious Nevada to be tall dark and handsomeIn Nevada published in 1928 another romantic couple comes along Marvie Blaine and the daughter of backwoods rustlers Rose Hatt The primary action of this novel is in Arizona where the forces of good and evil clash as honest ranchers are threatened by pernicious rustlers All conflicts are resolved and lovingkindness breaks out at the end of the novel after the gunfightIn the biographical material at the end of Nevada Thorndike edition Loren Grey Zane Grey s son is uoted as saying There was so much unexpressed feeling that could not be entirely portrayed that in later years Zane Grey would weep when reading one of his own booksThe Thorndike edition biography also states Zane Grey was not a realistic writer but rather one who charted the interiors of the soul through encounters with the wildernessThe fact that those souls he charted were white Anglo Saxon souls wears thin about a hundred years after the writing The cultural landscapes are always too lily white even within the beautifully painted descriptions of the American frontier wilderness Forlorn River and Nevada do not project so obviously the prejudices of the time or rather do so within the context of main characters stepping beyond or around those stereotypesMostly though I like how even a hundred years ago in the end goodness and happiness can prevail


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