Lost Treasures, Unfinished Manuscripts, Mysterious Stories, and Lost Notes From One of the World's Most Popular Novelists

Lost Treasures, Unfinished Manuscripts, Mysterious Stories, and Lost Notes From One of the World's Most Popular Novelists

Unfinished Manuscripts, Mysterious Stories, and Lost Notes From One of the World's Most Popular Novelists

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"A collection of Louis L'Amour's never-before-seen fragments, film/TV scripts and treatments, notes, short stories, and advice to other writers, compiled and annotated by his son, that confirms his place at the very top of the pantheon of American writers. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how Louis wrote the short stories, novels, literary and motion picture treatments, notes, and outlines that he wasn't able to finish or release in his lifetime. Annotations and commentary by his son Beau give readerseven more insight into how he approached writing and story creation. This keepsake volume--the first of two--features the unforgettable moments and timeless characters that readers know to expect from Louis."-- Provided by publisher
Publisher: New York :, Bantam Books,, 2016.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780399177545
039917754X
Characteristics: pages cm
Additional Contributors: L'Amour, Beau
Contents: Mysterious beginnings, random story ideas, and forgotten notes, from one of the world's most prolific novelists
What is Louis L'Amour's Lost Treasures?
Lost treasures intro volume one
Jeremy Loccard: the first four chapters of a western horror novel
Trail of tears: the first 7 chapters of an historical novel
A woman worth having: a treatment for an adventure story
Johnny Banta: three beginnings to a western novel
Java Dix: the beginning of a crime story
Investment in character: a treatment for a western story
The golden tapestry: the beginning of an adventure novel and two treatments
Louis Riel: the first three chapters of an historical novel
Llano estacado: the beginning of a western novel
Shelby Tucker: the beginningof a western novel
Citizen of the darker streets: the beginning of an adventure story
Where flows the Bangkok: a treatment for an adventure story
Vanderdyke: the first three chapters of an historical novel
Mike Kerleven: notes for a crime story
Stan Brodie: the first four chapters of a western novel
Jack Cross: the beginning of an adventure story
China King: the beginning of a crime story
Tap Talharan: the beginning of a western story
The dark hole: the beginning of a crime story
Samsara: three beginnings and a treatment to an adventure novel
Journey to Aksu: the beginning of an adventure novel.
Summary: "A collection of Louis L'Amour's never-before-seen fragments, film/TV scripts and treatments, notes, short stories, and advice to other writers, compiled and annotated by his son, that confirms his place at the very top of the pantheon of American writers. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how Louis wrote the short stories, novels, literary and motion picture treatments, notes, and outlines that he wasn't able to finish or release in his lifetime. Annotations and commentary by his son Beau give readerseven more insight into how he approached writing and story creation. This keepsake volume--the first of two--features the unforgettable moments and timeless characters that readers know to expect from Louis."-- Provided by publisher

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