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In 'Arizona Ames', a classic Western novel, Zane Grey illustrates the rugged landscapes and vigorous life of the American Southwest with a narrative as robust and endearing as its titular character. Known for his vivid storytelling, Grey blends adventure with philosophical introspection, creating a tale that is both a critique and a celebration of the frontier ethos. The novel is steeped in the literary tradition of the American Wild West, a tapestry of lawlessness and justice, resonating with authentic dialogue and scenic description that transport the reader to a bygone era of both brutality and beauty. The prose, rich in detail and character complexity, speaks to the enduring allure of the Western genre.

Zane Grey, an author synonymous with the frontier and Western novels, was profoundly influenced by his own experiences in the American West. His personal exploration of Arizona's rugged terrain and his interactions with its diverse inhabitants infused his writing with a realism seldom matched in the genre. Grey's works often reflect his deep fascination with the wilderness and the human characters who sought to tame it. Arizona Ames is no exception, and Grey's profound connection to his subject matter charges the narrative with authenticity and passion.

'Arizona Ames' comes highly recommended for readers who relish the nostalgia of Golden Age Westerns and the exploration of American identity through literature. Amidst its thrilling escapades, the novel serves as an invitation to ponder the themes of morality, redemption, and survival. Fans of historical fiction and devotees of Grey's expansive oeuvre will find 'Arizona Ames' a particularly gratifying read, symbolic of a genre that shaped American storytelling and remains a treasured cultural artifact.


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Año de Edición
Zane Grey, Zane Grey
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Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Arizona Ames
Biografía del Autor
<p>Zane Grey (1872?1939) is a towering figure in the genre of Western fiction. With over 90 books to his name, he has been widely credited with shaping the popular narrative of the American West. Grey was born in Zanesville, Ohio, a city founded by his mother\'s family, and his early interest in history and love of the outdoors informed his literary path. After attending the University of Pennsylvania on a baseball scholarship and briefly practicing dentistry, Grey found his true calling in writing. \'Riders of the Purple Sage\' (1912) is perhaps his best-known work, and it set a standard for Western novels with its vivid portrayals of the rugged landscape and its melodramatic portrayal of frontier life. \'Arizona Ames\' is a notable entry in Grey\'s bibliography, showcasing his characteristic themes of adventure, justice, and rugged individualism. Grey personified the Western genre\'s tone, with his portrayal of strong, stoic heroes and a romanticized view of the frontier that resonated with his readers. His work has been adapted into more than 100 films, demonstrating his lasting influence on American culture. While Grey\'s writing style might not be as complex as other literary figures of his time, his compelling narratives, detailed descriptions of the untamed wilderness, and creation of enduring cultural icons cannot be overlooked in the tapestry of American literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547185987
Referencia: BW1037904958

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