3 edition of Belle Starr found in the catalog.
Originally published: Boston, Mass. : Little, Brown, 1979.
|Statement||by Speer Morgan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
As with the lives of other famous outlaws like Billy the Kid and Jesse James, fanciful accounts printed in newspapers and dime novels made Belle Starr’s harsh and violent life appear far more. Dec 7, - A History Icon, and my great-great aunt!. See more ideas about Belle starr, History icon and History pins.
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"Belle Starr is a wonderful book, singing with the wild energy and zany humor (and, too, the ineffable sadness) of the final years of the Old West. Speer Morgan has created a tragic and triumphant story, rich with truly dimensional characters and with scenes and events which live on . Part 1 – The Bounty on Belle Starr's Scalp from Troubled Range was expanded into Calamity, Mark and Belle. Despite selling over 27 million books globally and producing over books, his books fell out of favour with UK publishers and from the s were only published in the USA. The last J T Edson book available in the UK, Mark Counter.
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The reader should take it for what it is and compare it with other works on Belle Starr to determine the probable truth. This book was supposed to debunk myths, but ended up creating more, myths that still appear quite regularly on the Internet.
It is valuable in showing Belle Starr as a "real" woman in her feelings, choices and poor actions/5(2). Belle Starr: A Novel of the Old West Hardcover – by Deborah Camp (Author)/5(7).
Unlike most of the other works still available about Western outlaw, Belle Starr, this is a novel, not a biography. Speer Morgan's novel is a work of midth century Realism, keenly observed and full of period detail, and still an exciting spy/adventure story/5(4).
This book will find a wide readership among western-history and outlaw buffs, folklorists, sociologists, and regional historians.
Shirley’s summary of the literature about Belle Starr is as interesting as the true story of Belle herself, who has become the West’s best-known woman by: 3. After a mission where pheromones drive her to seek love in all the wrong places she meets a werewolf in a bar and Belle Starr book pregnant.
He,s just getting his memory backj. This is not your typical science fiction romance. If you are looking for something fascinating to read Belle Starr is a worthwhile book /5. The story of Belle Starr, the strong and gritty woman determined to make her mark on the history of the Old West, is at the center of this fascinating novel of life and love on the frontier.
Hardcover, pages Published May 13th by Random House Value Publishing/5. BELLE STARR is a romantic tale about the notorious Bandit Queen, Belle Starr, and her fiery relationships with some of the most infamous men of her time, including Jesse James and Cole Younger.
The story follows her from her rebellious teen years to her marriages to men who often stepped on the wrong side of the law/5(6).
This book will find a wide readership among western-history and outlaw buffs, folklorists, sociologists, and regional historians. Shirley’s summary of the literature about Belle Starr is as 4/5(2). Overview “Belle Starr is a wonderful book, singing with the wild energy and zany humor and the sadness of the final years of the Old West.
It is a tragic and triumphant story, rich with characters and scenes and events that live on the page and haunt the memory. Belle Starr is an important novel, a genuine contribution to American history/5(2). Belle Starr book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Die resolute Belle Star treibt in Fort Smith ein doppeltes Spiel. Offizi /5. Early Life and Family History. Myra Maybelle "Belle" Shirley, who later became known as Belle Starr upon her marriage to Sam Starr, was born on Feb.
5,in Carthage, : Buy a cheap copy of Belle Starr book. Forced into the criminal life she has tried to leave behind, legendary bandit-queen Belle Starr (Elizabeth Montgomery) organizes one last raid with the notorious Free shipping over $ This book will find a wide readership among western-history and outlaw buffs, folklorists, sociologists, and regional historians.
Shirley’s summary of the literature about Belle Starr is as interesting as the true story of Belle herself, who has become the West’s best-known woman outlaw. Belle Starr, American outlaw of Texas and the Oklahoma Indian Territory.
Myra Belle Shirley grew up in Carthage, Missouri, from the age of two. After the death of an elder brother, who early in the Civil War had become a bushwhacker and had perhaps ridden with guerrilla leader William C. Many books have been written about Belle Starr, and Glenn Shirley's is the only one that reveals the known facts and leaves the rest to folklore.
Living in Fort Smith, part of Belle's old stomping grounds, I've met many people who to this day still proclaim to know who Pearl Starr's father was, and at last who killed Belle by: 3.
Belle’s own self-description was far more accurate, “I regard myself,” she wrote shortly before her death, “as a woman who has seen much of life.” Thus, through the pen of a dime novelist, an obscure small-time rustler was transformed into a bandit queen.
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Free shipping for many products!Ratings: 1. The work most responsible for promulgating her myth was Belle Starr, the Bandit Queen, or the Female Jesse James: A Full and Authentic History of the Dashing Female Highwayman, an "authentic" biography written by Richard Fox, who wrote dime-novel westerns.
The book contained more fiction than fact. The murder of Belle Starr remains unsolved. Story becomes popularized. Starr's story interested publisher Richard K. Fox. Her story was printed in dime novels and the National Police Gazette.
Fox made her name famous with his novel, Bella Starr, the Bandit Queen, or the Female Jesse James. This book was published in The Bandit Queen’s Treasures A side view of Belle Starr’s cedar log cabin, published in Glenn Shirley’s book, Belle Starr and Her Times: The Literature, the Facts and the Legends, a standard reference on the bandit queen.
During the s, Glenn also served as historical consultant for True West Magazine. The best West-of-the-Mississippi novel since Oakley Hall's The Badlands last year.
There are indeed horses and sixshooters and badmen aplenty here, but to call it a Western is to miss its stern seriousness altogether.
This is about the last days of Belle Starr, the bandit queen, who has just turned 40 and has only a few months to live. You can't help liking Belle, who is plain as a leather bag.Historical Romance, Western Romance Book - Belle Starr (Wild Hearts Book 1) written by Deborah Camp | Read online free sample chapters.Legendary comrade and consort to train robbers, bootleggers, stagecoach robbers, bushwhackers, bank robbers, horse thieves, cattle thieves, and outlaws of all stripes, Belle Star (?89) was born in Missouri and emigrated with her family to Texas in Myth made her a dancehall entertainer, faro dealer, expert horsewoman, crack shot, and adopted member of the Cherokee Nation.