The Virginian, A Horseman of the PlainsDownloadable Audiobook - 1998
Originally published in 1902, Owen Wister's The Virginian pre-dates the classic novels of Zane Grey and Max Brand and is considered by many to be the original Western. Dedicated to Wister's friend and fellow outdoorsman Theodore Roosevelt, this timeless tale almost single-handedly established the cowboy archetype in literature. A quiet, noble foreman of a Wyoming cattle ranch in the 1870s, the Virginian falls for pretty schoolteacher Molly Wood. But when a rival suitor challenges his honor, the Virginian struggles to make his beloved Molly understand the harsh justice of the West.
Publisher: Salt Lake City :, Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation,, 1998
Branch Call Number: DOWNLOADABLE AUDIOBOOK RBdigital
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