Fb2 Last Go Round: A Real Western ePub
by Ken Babbs,Ken Kesey
|Subcategory:||Humour and Entertainment|
|Author:||Ken Babbs,Ken Kesey|
|Publisher:||Penguin Books; Reprint edition (July 1, 1995)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1346 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1702 kb|
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Ken Kesey was born in 1935 and grew up in Oregon. His second novel, Sometimes a Great Notion, followed in 1964.
Ken Kesey was born in 1935 and grew up in Oregon. He graduated from the University of Oregon and later studied at Stanford with Wallace Stegner, Malcolm Cowley, Richard Scowcroft, and Frank O' Connor. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, his first novel, was published in 1962. His other books include Kesey's Garage Sale, Demon Box, Caverns (with O. U. Levon), The Further Inquiry, Sailor Song, and Last Go Round (with Ken Babbs)
If you are a fan of Ken Kesey this western-flavored tale that Kesey wrote with the help of another former Merry Prankster Ken Babbs . Although first seen as an assignment, I throughly enjoyed LAST GO ROUND, my first western.
If you are a fan of Ken Kesey this western-flavored tale that Kesey wrote with the help of another former Merry Prankster Ken Babbs will not disappoint you. Entertaining. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. This book tells the story of the first Pendleton Round-Up. Shorter and more consice than Kesey's SAILOR SONG, LAST GO ROUND foucusses on a true tale wih a tall tale twist. Definately Kesey's best since SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION (and shorter with chapters too!) Popular Categories.
It was the authors that drew me to this book-having thoroughly enjoyed all things Kesey, I was fascinated by a pairing with Babbs, another Merry Prankster. The backdrop of an early 20th century rodeo was intriguing. It did not disappoint.
Last Go Round is a novel written by Ken Kesey and Ken Babbs. The book contains references to real historical figures, and was published with photographs from the early days of the Pendleton rodeo. However, the story is written as a tall tale, with characters and feats that are larger than life. External metadata update. 2019-03-13T18:27:52Z.
Last Go Round (1994) is a novel written by Ken Kesey and Ken Babbs. It was Kesey's last novel and is about the famous "Last Go Round" that took place at the original Pendleton Round-Up in 1911. Henderson, David . 1994) From Library Journal.
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Signed by both Ken Kesey and Ken Babbs, wh. It was around a sagebrush campfire in eastern Oregon that Kesey first heard the tale from his father - about the legendary "last go round" that took place at the original Pendleton Round Up in 1911. Hundreds of riders were competing for the first World Championship Broncbusting title, but it was one special trio of buckeroos that provided the drama: a popular black cowboy, George Fletcher; a Nez Perce Indian cowboy, Jackson Sundown; and a fresh-faced kid from Tennessee name of Johnathan E. Lee Spain. Who would walk away with the prize money and the silver-studded saddle?
item 2 Kesey, Ken, Last Go Round, Like New, Paperback -Kesey, Ken, Last Go Round, Like New, Paperback. Kesey is the author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
item 2 Kesey, Ken, Last Go Round, Like New, Paperback -Kesey, Ken, Last Go Round, Like New, Paperback. Featuring such characters as Buffalo Bill Cody and wrestler Frank The Crusher Gotch, this book is both a historical novel and a dime Western. It is set in the tiny town of Pendleton, home of the rodeo showdown.
Tell us if something is incorrect. Last Go Round : A Real Western. Book Format: Paperback. Out of the mists of Oregon lore, Ken Kesey has summoned a long-remembered story he first heard as a boy from his father around a campfire: the "last go round" at the Pendleton Round-Up in 1911, which pitted three cowboys against each other as they rode for the first world broncbusting crown. Penguin Publishing Group.
Boisterous, ribald, and ultimately shattering, Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" has left an indelible mark on the literature of our time. Turning conventional notions of sanity and insanity on their heads, the novel tells the unforgettable story of a mental ward and its inhabitants, especially tyrannical Big Nurse Ratched and Randle Patrick McMurphy, the brawling, fun-loving new inmate who resolves to oppose her.
Hundreds of riders were competing for the first World Championship Broncbusting title, but it was one special trio of buckeroos that provided the drama: a popular black cowboy, George Fletcher; a Nez Perce Indian cowboy, Jackson Sundown; and a fresh-faced kid from Tennessee name of Johnathan E. Lee Spain. Who would walk away with the prize money and the silver-studded saddle? When the dust cleared, everyone knew they'd witnessed something extraordinary.
Kesey has journeyed back into Oregon history to reclaim this long-remembered moment, beefed up the bare bones of fact, and whipped them into a full-blown rip-snorting Tale of the True West. Sixteen pages of rare Round Up photographs provide graphic testimony of the time. The tiny town of Pendleton is swollen to bursting that memorable weekend and bristling with colorful characters like Buffalo Bill Cody, wrestler Frank "The Cruel Crusher" Gotch, cowgirl Prairie Rose Henderson, and a formidable medicine man named Parson Montanic. From the teepees along the river to the teeming saloons on Main Street, Round Up fever blazes like a prairie fire. This story of love, sweat, and horseflesh is a unique Western, wild and wooly and full of fleas. Let 'er buck!