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by Bryan Woolley

Author: Bryan Woolley
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Texas Western Pr; Reprint edition (July 1, 1990)
Pages: 220 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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Twenty-four true Texas stories include subjects as diverse as H. Ross Perot, Doak Walker, Roy Orbison, Barefoot Sanders, Ralph Yarbrough, playing poker with the poker champion of the world, visiting Washington on the Brazos.

Twenty-four true Texas stories include subjects as diverse as H. Ross Perot, Doak Walker, Roy Orbison, Barefoot Sanders, Ralph Yarbrough, playing poker with the poker champion of the world, visiting Washington on the Brazos, and following the Trail of Beers en route to the Texas OU game, by one of the state's great journalists and novelists. Paperback, 235 pages. Published January 1st 1998 by Texas Western Press (first published January 1st 1990). The Edge of the West and Other Texas Stories. 087404216X (ISBN13: 9780874042160). Ross Perot, Doak Walker, Roy Orbison, Barefoot Sanders, Ralph Yarbrough, playing poker with the poker champion of the world, visiting Washington on the Brazos, and following the Trail of Beers en route to the Texas OU game, by one of the state' great journalists and novelists.

com's Bryan Woolley Author Page. The Edge of the West & Other Texas Stories Jun 1, 1987.

Published June 1987 by Texas Western Pr. Written in English.

Texas Western Press, 1990. The cover has a little wear at the edges. The pages are starting to yellow. Contains an introduction by Molly Ivins. Large format softcover book (trade paperback) in VG condition - tight and square and unmarked. Quoted shipping rate is for media mail with delivery confirmation. Media mail generally takes 4-10 days for delivery in the continental . but may take as long as three weeks (and longer to Alaska and Hawaii). Other Products from astadbooks (View All).

A new collection of "true Texas stories" to stand alongside his earlier collection, The Edge of the West and . I had never heard of Bryan Woolley and forget exactly what I said about his book other than that I regarded it (and still do) as among the best of all Texas novels

I had never heard of Bryan Woolley and forget exactly what I said about his book other than that I regarded it (and still do) as among the best of all Texas novels.

A collection of personal essays written between 1976 and 1983 for The Dallas Times Herald. They have a universality and a timelessness that makes them suitable for a much wider audience than the population of one urban area of Texas.

A new collection of true Texas stories to stand alongside his earlier collection, The Edge of the West and Other Texas Stories, including such portrayals of Texas . the Lake Texoma Crappiethon; and 17 other stories.

Introduction by John Nichols. The last place I had seen my father was on the left front fender of the 1939 Chevrolet in front of a tourist court hundreds of miles from the farm where I had lived all my life

Introduction by John Nichols. 5220 Dexter Ann Arbor Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48103. The last place I had seen my father was on the left front fender of the 1939 Chevrolet in front of a tourist court hundreds of miles from the farm where I had lived all my life. It was 1945, not long after V-J Day, and we had moved only a few weeks before-my mother, my grandmother, my younger brothers and sisters, and me. I was eight years old, barely. School had just opened, and my grandmother was my teacher in the town’s third grade-one of the third grades; the Mexicans went to another school. My mother took in sewing.

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Generations and Other True Stories. ISBN 9780874042351 (978-0-87404-235-1) Hardcover, Texas Western Pr, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'Generations and Other True Stories'. Coauthors & Alternates.

Twenty-four true Texas stories include subjects as diverse as H. Ross Perot, Doak Walker, Roy Orbison, Barefoot Sanders, Ralph Yarbrough, playing poker with the poker champion of the world, visiting Washington on the Brazos, and following the Trail of Beers en route to the Texas OU game, by one of the state's great journalists and novelists.