Zane Grey

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Zane Grey (1872–1939), born Pearl Zane Gray, was an American pulp novelist.


  • We'll use a signal I have tried and found far-reaching and easy to yell. Waa-hoo!
    • The Last of the Plainsmen.
  • 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.

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