Written in English
|Statement||by Brian Miles Crossley.|
|Series||[Ph. D. theses / State University of New York at Binghamton -- no. 549], Ph. D. theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 549.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 371 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
"The Last Frontier" was Howard Fast's first bestseller, and rightfully belongs on any short-list of best books. In some of the most beautiful and moving language used by any American writer, Fast tells the story of how Cheyenne Indians -- starving on their Oklahoma reservation -- packed up in and started a 1,mile trek back to the Cited by: 2. From the authors preface: "I have told here the story of the last frontier within the United States, trying at once to preserve the picturesque atmosphere which has given to the "Far West" a definite and well-understood meaning, and to indicate those forces which have /5. North Castle Books are designed to bring the global variety of knowledge to a broader audience. Primarily aimed at the general reader through bookstore distribution, North Castle Books makes available, in handsomely bound paper editions, titles of literary and cultural significance that our editors have found to be of lasting importance.5/5(1). Book Description: The existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life has been a subject of debate since the dawn of recorded Last Frontier, originally published in German in and now available in Helen Atkins's sensitive English translation, traces the development of the idea that Earth is not the only planet inhabited by intelligent beings, but that there might be a plurality.
Chris Hannan's top 10 tales of the American frontier The novelist finds some startlingly fresh stories – from Mark Twain, Willa Cather, Annie Proulx and others – in the old west Chris Hannan. In Grey Owl published his first book, The Men of the Last Frontier, a work that is part memoir, part history of the vanishing wilderness in Canada, and part compendium of animal and First Nations tales and lore.A passionate, compelling appeal for the protection and preservation of the natural environment pervades Grey Owls words and makes his literary debut still rin4/5(3). It's not exactly about the American frontier, but since you haven't yet received any other responses, I can recommend Pierre Berton's book Klondike: The Last Great Klondike Goldrush was in northern Canada, but there were many important figures who first made their mark earlier in the American west before moving on toward the Klondike, most notably Soapy Smith. In , when the novel begins, it’s the last frontier in the American West, technologically, culturally, in all sorts of different ways. All these things are coming to a crescendo, and it’s embodied in this one little town, this town that is struggling to be Seattle, because Seattle has just burned to the ground.
According to Huffington Post Canada, executive producer and star Alan Hawco said the show is a historical fiction drama, but it does explore aspects of a very real history. The North American . Wild East, Stories from the Last Frontier, edited by Boris Fishman (National Book Network) "More lively new fiction, all about the experience of living in contemporary . The American frontier includes the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life in the forward wave of American expansion that began with English colonial settlements in the early 17th century and ended with the admission of the last remaining western territories as states in This era of massive migration and settlement was particularly encouraged by President Thomas. --The two portraits of Rembrandt --The last frontier --Killing the bees --What I did for love --The sound of velcro --The painters --The Thousand Islands --The infidel. Series Title: Contemporary American fiction. Responsibility: Lynne Sharon Schwartz.