Roping Lions in the Grand Canyon

Roping Lions in the Grand Canyon

Autor: Zane Grey
ISBN-13: 9788728345504
Editorial: SAGA Egmont
Idioma: English
US$ 2.20


In this fascinating true story, the famous American author Zane Grey, best-known for his romanticized stories about the old West, recounts his experiences with the plainsman Buffalo Jones. In ‘Roping Lions in the Grand Canyon’ (1924), Grey, along with Jones and a Navajo Indian, set off on an exciting adventure to lasso, capture, and preserve the mountain lions that prowl the depths of the Grand Canyon. Jones also famously helped save the buffalo from extinction. With its wonderful descriptions of forests and the rugged grandeur of the canyons, Grey hoped to inspire his readers to help preserve the great American outdoors for future generations. Great for fans of Zane Grey that want a little twist on the Western motif Pearl Zane Grey (1872 – 1939) was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels about the American West. His stories are credited with the creation of the ‘Western’ literary genre. The novel ‘Riders of the Purple Sage’ (1912) was Grey’s best-selling work, while other popular titles include ‘The Lone Star Ranger’ (1915), ‘The U.P. Trail’ (1918), ‘Call of the Canyon’ (1924), and ‘Code of the West’ (1934). His nonfiction books include ‘Tales of Fishing’ (1925). Grey wrote more than 80 books in total, several of which were published posthumously. Many of his works have been adapted for tv and film, including ‘Zane Grey Theatre’ (1956-1958) and ‘Riders of the Purple Sage’ (1996) starring Ed Harris.

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