The Call of the Canyon

The Call of the Canyon by Zane Gray

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Glenn Killbourne and his fiancée, Carley Burch, find the lure of the mountains and the canyons of Arizona a strange test of their love in a tale that the reader will follow breathlessly, with keen satisfaction, from the very start to the dramatic close.

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Zane Gray (English Zane Gray , real name Pearl Gray) January 31, 1872 - October 23, 1939 American writer, author of Western adventure novels, is rightfully considered one of the founders of this literary genre. $$ author-portrait-19183-zane-gray.jpg $$. .

$$ author-portrait-19183-zanegrey1.jpg $$ He penned 61 novels, two dozen baseball books and several hundred short stories, collected in over 80 volumes. Most of Gray`s work is Westerns. Zane Gray`s legacy is owned by the privately held Zane Gray, Inc. In Russia, Zane Gray`s books began to be translated at the beginning of the 20th century. For example, in 1929, Border Legion (1916) was published in the translation of O.

Zelchert with black and white drawings by G.

Fitinghof. There are also Russian-language editions of the writer`s works - On the Prairies of Texas, The Arizona Clan, The Texas Ranger, The Great Slave, Yakvi, The Rubber Hunter. Based on the works of Zane Gray, since 1911 (Fighting Blood, dir.

DW Griffith), about a hundred films and television films have been shot. Only the novel "Riders of the Purple Sage" (1912) was filmed five times (1918, 1925, 1931, 1941, 1996). The novel itself has been published in more than a million copies and has become a template for the creation of numerous Westerns by other authors. The official website is http://www.zanegreyinc.com/.  Wikipedia , Wikipedia < / a>, Zane Gray: A Biography , IMDb , Biography and Works

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Zane Gray (English Zane Gray , real name Pearl Gray) January 31, 1872 - October 23, 1939 American writer, author of Western adventure novels, is rightfully considered one of the founders of this literary genre. $$ author-portrait-19183-zane-gray.jpg $$. . $$ author-portrait-19183-zanegrey1.jpg $$ He penned 61 novels, two dozen baseball books and several hundred short stories, collected in over 80 volumes. Most of Gray`s work is Westerns. Zane Gray`s legacy is owned by the privately held Zane Gray, Inc. In Russia, Zane Gray`s books began to be translated at the beginning of the 20th century. For example, in 1929, Border Legion (1916) was published in the translation of O. Zelchert with black and white drawings by G. Fitinghof. There are also Russian-language editions of the writer`s works - On the Prairies of Texas, The Arizona Clan, The Texas Ranger, The Great Slave, Yakvi, The Rubber Hunter. Based on the works of Zane Gray, since 1911 (Fighting Blood, dir. DW Griffith), about a hundred films and television films have been shot. Only the novel "Riders of the Purple Sage" (1912) was filmed five times (1918, 1925, 1931, 1941, 1996). The novel itself has been published in more than a million copies and has become a template for the creation of numerous Westerns by other authors. The official website is http://www.zanegreyinc.com/.  Wikipedia , Wikipedia , Zane Gray: A Biography , IMDb , Biography and Works