The Virginian

The Virginian

Book - 1929
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The Virginian is the quiet, noble foreman of a Wyoming cattle ranch in the 1870s. More comfortable keeping company with his trusted horse than with other people, he nevertheless falls for pretty schoolteacher Molly Wood, who helps him develop an appreciation for Shakespeare, Keats, and the finer things. But when a rival suitor challenges his honor, the Virginian struggles to make his beloved Molly understand the harsh justice of the West.
Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, c1929
Branch Call Number: W WISTER
Characteristics: xii, 434 p. : ill. ; 20 cm

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Feb 21, 2015

"A man with little thought of his own should be careful who he associate with." - Owen Wister

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"A man with little thought of his own should be careful who he associate with." - Owen Wister

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