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    • Zane Grey Diary - 5 Jun, 1907

    • 1907 western trip
    • I have been to Old Mexico and to Arizona in that time. It has been the most interesting and broadening period I can remember in my life, and so much happened that I cannot chronicle the events. Wonders of the sea, and of desert, and tropical...
    • Goble

    • 1920's; popularity; western; dominance;
    • "Not only was the 1914-1928 period unique in that it was in those years that Grey's popularity reached its virtually unbelievable peak, but that period also represents, the only time that frontier fiction has so nearly dominated the best seller...
    • Gruber

    • 1937-9; Coue; positive thinking;
    • "After '37 stroke advised to slow down; he refused." (Page 220) "In 1922 and 1923 Zane Grey had come across a copy of Emile Coue's book, which had an enormous rogue for a time. It was a treatise on will power and self-hypnotism, and a phrase taken...
    • Letter to Henry Hoynes from Dolly Grey - 22 Jun, 1939

    • 1939; Australia; travel; writing; books;
    • "Zane is in the throes of settling down, and this always takes a little while after as lengthy a trip as six months. However, he came back feeling and looking very well and is already considering the next book. [HPS/F]"
    • Letter to ET from Dolly Grey - 8 Jan, 1954

    • 1953; 1954; Time;
    • ""I have a feeling of having been violently projected into 1954 before I had finished with 1953. But as time seems to move on, I had better catch up with it P.D.Q.."" ""…I hope you have 1954 by the tail and that it will pull you in the right...
    • 1st Ed. Prices - Arizona Clan

    • 1st; First; Edition; Arizona Clan; Price;
    • Arizona Clan (1973-8-14 - Myers - Fair: with dust jacket - $8.50) (Catalog 8 - Myers - Fair: with dust jacket - $8.50)
    • Goble: An Intellectual Reaction

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; book; mood; impression; wrong; reaction; reader;
    • 30,000 on the Hoof…"is characterized by a keen sense of disillusionment, the vague but inescapable impression that something somewhere had gone violently wrong."
    • Zane Grey, the West…hunter

    • 30,000 On the Hoof; criticism; hero; desire; materialism; setting; synopsis;
    • "30,000 On the Hoof, in which the hero of his book had a supreme desire to accumulate a huge herd of cattle. The grueling hardships suffered by him and his family to achieve his ultimate goal, and in carving out a homestead in a bleak section of...
    • Jackson - 22 Apr, 1973

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; Criticism; Tales of Lonely Trails; source; ranch; favorite;
    • Like best 30,000 on the Hoof; TLT describes abandoned ranch.
    • Jackson

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; criticism; War; effects; Frontier; people; popularity; beauty; writing; quality; literature;
    • Dolly was quite complimentary of 30,000 on the Hoof, calling it a 'very interesting and well written story'…'This perhaps my most powerful novel and it has a tremendous climax built around the World War and which showed what that catastrophe did to...
    • Goble

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; disillusion; anti-Europe; West; regenerative; America; ideals; evil; dream;
    • "An embittered, disillusioned mind, shocked by the betrayal of its dream and distressed at the apparent total destruction of American ideals in the madness of clutching European evil, sought-as did Zane Grey-through Logan Huett-to rebuild the walls...
    • Loren Grey Interview - 25 Aug, 1974

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; Income; Tax; problem; money; IRS; lawyer;
    • Suit for $450,000 on income tax; Hired Claude Parker-lawyer; $60,000 laywer fee for nothing.; eventually government adopted California idea-husband and wife could file separate returns.; Hence authobiography 30,000 on the Hoof
    • Telephone Interview with Loren Grey - 25 Aug, 1974

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; IRS; tax; lawyer; fraud; government; fee; money;
    • "30,000 ON THE HOOF - lawyer defrauding & government defrauding part: Zane Grey and Dolly had $450,000 suit by IRS. Up to this time they had been following 'Calif Plan' which permitted husband & wife to file separately. IRS said no-must be...
    • Telephone Interview with Romer - 24 Aug, 1974

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; original; Pioneer; Woman; rape; indian; The Pioneer Woman; Frontier Wife;
    • "1918 Romer with Zane Grey following along old Gen. Grook's road came across old sign: Jones Ranch: Fresh Milk and Eggs - nothing there. Came across Long Valley. Some fellows in the vicinity told story about rancher out there whose goal was to...
    • Telephone Interview with Loren Grey - 25 Aug, 1974

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; rape; Abe; characters; editorial change; publisher; Indian;
    • "30,000 on the Hoof. She was raped by the Indian: that's why Abe is dark like an Indian-has Indian temperament, likes, etc. Publishers forced change. But never explained references to Abe's Indian-ness."
    • 30,000 on the Hoof

    • 30,000 on the Hoof; rape; Abe; half; Indian; 1/2; skin; color; characters; story; synopsis; setting; memorable lines;
    • "…she seemed to realize that dark-hair, grey eyed Abraham was her favorite. She had suffered most carrying and giving him birth." (page 123); "It was Abe's call which he always used when they were hunting the canyons. …'Yells like an Indian,'...

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