Pearl Zane Grey (31 January 1872 – 23 October 1939), usually known as Zane Grey, was an American author most famous for his popular adventure novels and stories that were a basis for the Western genre in literature and the arts which idealized the American frontier.
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- We'll use a signal I have tried and found far-reaching and easy to yell. Waa-hoo!
- The Last of the Plainsmen (1908).
- It was the elision of the weaker element — the survival of the fittest; and some, indeed very many, mothers must lose their sons that way.
- The Desert of Wheat (1919).
- Don't look back!
- Riders of the Purple Sage (1912).
- To bear up under loss — to fight the bitterness of defeat and the weakness of grief — to be victor over anger — to smile when tears are close — to resist evil men and base instincts — to hate hate and to love love — to go on when it would seem good to die — to seek ever after the glory and the dream — to look up with unquenchable faith in something evermore about to be — that is what any man can do, and so be great.
- As quoted in in The North American Almanac (1931), p. 54, this sometimes published with a prefix "Recipe for greatness —" but this does not appear in the earliest versions of it yet located.
- Works by Zane Grey at Project Gutenberg
- Works by Zane Grey at Internet Archive
- Works by Zane Grey at Freeread
- Zane Grey Incorporated
- Zane Grey's West Society
- A Comprehensive list of Zane Grey's works
- Zane Grey Cabin Foundation
- Zane Grey Museum in Lackawaxen, PA
- National Road/Zane Grey Museum, Norwich, OH
- King of the Royal Mounted BLBs and Comics
- The Shortstop by Zane Grey Free eBook
- Zane Grey biography at Ohio History Central
- Works by or about Zane Grey in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Guide to Zane Grey's papers at the University of Oregon
- Zane Grey at the Internet Movie Database