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In 'Riders of the Silences,' Max Brand weaves a captivating tale of the Wild West, a testament to the enduring allure of the genre. Brand's narrative sweeps across the rugged landscapes of the frontier, imbued with a style that is as evocative as it is precise. Adopting a tone that is both lyrical and raw, he unfurls a story within the literary tradition of the great Western novel?where the sharpness of danger is as palpable as the silence of wide, open spaces. This book, meticulously resurrected by DigiCat Publishing, honors the linguistic craftsmanship of Brand, ensuring that the cultural significance of this classic remains accessible for contemporary audiences. The novel resonates with themes of vengeance, the complexities of justice, and the solitary hero's quest, capturing the essence of an era and its storytelling legacy. Max Brand, the pen name of Frederick Schiller Faust, was a prolific author whose works have etched an indelible mark on American literature. His rich career was driven by an extraordinary output of stories that exemplified the Western genre, with 'Riders of the Silences' standing among his most notable contributions. Faust's own affinity for the Old West and its mythology, bolstered by deep historical research and firsthand experiences, fueled his creative vision, turning his novels into richly rendered portraits of a bygone era. The authenticity that characterizes his oeuvre likely stems from these personal investments and scholarly pursuits. Recommended for enthusiasts of classic literature and Western narratives, 'Riders of the Silences' is not just a novel but a cultural artifact. Its republication in a contemporary format serves as a bridge connecting modern readers with the soul of past frontiers. Through Brand's engaging prose and timeless storytelling, the book offers a journey back to an age of stark beauty and moral complexity. Let the echo of hoofbeats on the prairie and the looming question of fate draw you into this essential addition to any literary collection. DigiCat's endeavor to preserve and celebrate this work ensures that Max Brand's legacy rides on, as enduring and spirited as the very heroes he created.


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Año de Edición
Max Brand
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Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
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Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Riders of the Silences
Biografía del Autor
<p>Max Brand, the pen name of Frederick Schiller Faust (1892-1944), was a prolific writer celebrated for his westerns, adventure novels, and poetical mastery of the Frontier mythos. Faust, adopting the Max Brand pseudonym alongside others, crafted a literary legacy with enduring works such as \'Riders of the Silences,\' which remains a classic in Western literature. Born in Seattle and raised in California, Faust\'s early life was marked by frequent relocations, which exposed him to the varied landscapes and stories that would later imbue his narrative tapestry. Despite never graduating from high school, he demonstrated unparalleled narrative prowess, ultimately advancing to study at the University of California, Berkeley (L\'Amour, 1981). Brand\'s oeuvre was prodigious, authoring an estimated 500 novels and numerous short stories which often serialized in popular pulp magazines of the early 20th century (Hamilton, 1987). Distinctive for its brisk pacing, vivid depictions of the untamed West, and complex characterizations, Brand\'s literary style resonated with readers seeking escapist adventures and romanticized portrayals of honor, courage, and the eternal struggle of man against nature. Although primarily known for his Western tales, Faust\'s versatility stretched to other genres, including detective fiction, romance, and even science fiction, showcasing a thematic versatility that extended well beyond the iconic cowboys and outlaws that largely defined his pen name\'s legacy (Jon Tuska, 1989). Max Brand\'s influence lingers through the work of contemporary Western writers and in the undying appeal of the mythical American Frontier.</p>
ISBN: 8596547179054
Referencia: BW1037911185

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