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You could read Winnetou and critique Karl May? Legolas Send a noteboard - 18/04/2011 07:25:47 PM
I have had real trouble finding a "western" book as well. I have been toying with the idea that To Kill a Mockingbird, which I am currently reading, could be squeezed into it, but I think that is stretching the genre beyond breaking point. Yours is most definitely closer (mine being merely set in America :P), but I am not a great fan of gory violence. This genre may be my downfall.

Like many Europeans I've a lingering fondness for Karl May, but I'd be interested in someone doing a more serious critical review of his books.

And yes, To Kill a Mockingbird really is not a Western, though if this is your first time reading it, I'm certainly interested in your thoughts on that one as well.
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Cormac McCarthy - Blood Meridian; Or The Evening Redness in the West - 18/04/2011 06:53:02 PM 7419 Views
I had been considering this one - 18/04/2011 07:10:06 PM 1211 Views
You could read Winnetou and critique Karl May? - 18/04/2011 07:25:47 PM 1297 Views
Re: You could read Winnetou and critique Karl May? - 19/04/2011 08:08:49 AM 1287 Views
And especially for Tom: McCarthy using repetition and polysyndeta to great effect. - 18/04/2011 07:32:43 PM 1398 Views
I kind of want to read this now. *NM* - 20/04/2011 05:54:54 AM 667 Views

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