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e-Book True Bear Stories epub download

Author: James Robertson,Vincent Perez,William Everson,Joaquin Miller
ISBN: 0884962598
Pages: 80 pages
Publisher: Capra Press (April 1, 1987)
Language: English
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Size ePUB: 1652 kb
Size Fb2: 1568 kb
Size DJVU: 1839 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 711
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book True Bear Stories epub download

by James Robertson,Vincent Perez,William Everson,Joaquin Miller



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Home Miller, Joaquin True Bear Stories. With a Foreword by William Everson and. With a Foreword by William Everson and woodblocks by Vincent Perez. Published by The Yolla Bolly Press,, 1985. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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With a Foreword by William Everson and woodblocks by Vincent Perez. The Yolla Bolly Press,. Number 55 of 230 numbered copies. Browse more rare books from the year 1985. 8vo, original Latigo leather; board slipcase.

True Bear Stories By Joaquin Miller. WITH INTRODUCTORY NOTES BY DR. DAVID STARR JORDAN, President of Leland Stanford, J. University

True Bear Stories By Joaquin Miller. University. Chicago and new york: rand, mcnally & company, publishers.

True Bear Stories Joaquin Miller, pen name of the colorful American poet Cincinnatus Heine Miller, nicknamed the . This ebook presents True Bear Stories, from Joaquin Miller.

True Bear Stories Joaquin Miller, pen name of the colorful American poet Cincinnatus Heine Miller, nicknamed the "Poet of the Sierras" (1837-1913). A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected.

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Anicasalar
This was a fun and light hearted read from the poet of the sierras, Joaquin Miller. Mr. Miller was famously regarded as a BSer among his contemporaries, and in True Bear Stories he is in full BS mode. But it's fun! Remember that he wrote these stories for his child, and so this taffy pull with truth can certainly be forgiven, and really ought to be expected, (still, it makes me want to play my fiddle in the back country just to see if I can draw out any music loving bears that might still be roaming the California woods!).

Miller lived in California during the 1850's and so his stories have the added benefit of giving us a look at gold rush history. If you enjoy Twain, I can almost guarantee that you'll enjoy Miller. True Bear Stories will probably leave you interested enough to read some of his other works.
Marinara
Print too small to read. Author clearly doesn't know what he's talking about when it comes to bears and how unpredictable and dangerous they can bel Don't bother buying this book. It's 99% untrue.
Winenama
I quite enjoyed reading this fellow's bear stories. He sprinkles in humor and quite extensive knowledge with the stories whrich are interesting.
Cashoutmaster
The book is terrible. I did not like the stories that I read in this book.I guess. You get what you pay for. It was an lnexpensive book. The stories were rather boring. Just not well written.
Akinonris
I just didn't like stories where the bear died or was killed.
Doukasa
Not only do you get a variety of bear stories, but you get an idea of how the land was before man.
Little Devil
I love writers from the turn of the century and earlier. Mr. Miller is quite a story teller and you finish the book understanding a little more about the attitude of men toward bears in years just before they were decimated in the state of California. Most chapters are humorous adventure stories.
Lots of historical background but short on authentic facts. Easy to read and entertaining.