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eBook Psychology Principles in Practice: Teacher Resources Package download ISBN: 0554028778
Author: HOLT MCDOUGAL
Publisher: HOLT MCDOUGAL; 1 edition (January 30, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 396
ePub: 1507 kb
Fb2: 1624 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Series: Psychology Principles in Practice. Paperback: 396 pages. The book is written in Grey's typical style - good narrative punctuated by wandering descriptions of his surroundings. Sometimes the text is a little old fashioned and wordy.

Series: Psychology Principles in Practice. The book might not appeal to all readers of the western genre.

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John Wetherill one of the famous Wetherill brothers and trader at Kayenta Arizona is the man who discovered Nonnezoshe which is probably the most beautiful and wonderful natural phenomenon in the world. Wetherill owes the credit to his wife who through her influence with the Indians finally after years succeeded in getting the secret of the great bridge.
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ACOS
TALES OF LONELY TRAILS, by Zane Grey (1922, and republished in 1986 and 1988) is a most important nonfiction collection of Grey's own first person accounts about his numerous adventures in the wild outdoors of the American West. They are not only his accurate descriptions of several distinctive and very diverse geographical locations, but also these accounts demonstrate his writer's methodology of later incorporating such descriptions of real geographical places into later works of fiction. The first of five articles is entitled "Nonezoshe", the Indian name for the Rainbow Bridge, once almost inaccessible, but now a National Monument which can be seen today by boat along the manmade Lake Powel on the Colorado River. Grey visited it in March 1913; Teddy Roosevelt in August of that same year. Both, as two of the few non-Indians who at that time had seen the now famous stone arch, wrote about their adventures in getting there by an arduous, dangerous overland route in which some pack animals slipped to their deaths over what Grey named as the "Glass Mountains". Grey's descriptions and his Navajo guide as a prototype were adapted to fit into his later stories such as THE RAINBOW TRAIL (1915), the sequel to his famous RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE (1912), and again in, perhaps, his best novel, THE VANISHING AMERICAN (1925).

[See Photo: ZG and Nas Ta Bega, his guide to Nonezoshe (at Google images, Los Angeles Times copy). This photo was misplaced at the wrong page of the 1922 edition of TALES as "Which is the Piute", p.113. Various photographs in the first edition were improved in the 1986 and 1988 versions. ]

Likewise, the articles on "Colorado Trails", "Roping Lions in the Grand Canyon" and "Tonto Basin" are also Grey's personal experiences from which he drew material for several other works of fiction. This collection ends with "Death Valley" which served as material for his desert stories as well as gives readers an indication of his influence on social issues of his day. His description of the operations of the borax factories in Death Valley led quickly to improvement of those working conditions because of the publicity of his firsthand account.... So, add this as an indispensible adjunct to your reading of Zane Grey novels. You can't go wrong - and you will be amazed at the vividness of his descriptions when you happen to visit one of these places today.

H. Nardi, 24 December 2012
Hunaya
From my childhood here in Australia to my now 67 years, I have been a reader of the Zane Grey's novels, historical and fictional. This is the first of his autobiographic accounts of his own exploits that I have read. It contains a rare glimpse into the adventurer psyche of almost a century ago in USA. Grey, along with his brother, his young son and his companions including Buck Jones, certainly shows us the mentality of the hunter and explorer of those days. His description of his visit to the Rainbow Bridge (Nonnezoshe) really brings through his personal sense of wonder. And it is no wonder that, in his novels, Grey's descriptions of the old American West are so authentic - he'd actually been there and lived the life of his characters. Another thing that comes through in the beginning pages of this book is the white man's disregard of the wildlife at the time and the dawning realisation that indisciminate killing and the manner of the killing is neither sensible nor humane. The account of the death of the old cougar makes the point when, turned off the animal's death, Buck Jones vows he'll never kill another cougar again.

The book is written in Grey's typical style - good narrative punctuated by wandering descriptions of his surroundings. Sometimes the text is a little old fashioned and wordy. The book might not appeal to all readers of the western genre. There's not much action in the traditional sense. But there are some wonderful moments to be discovered should you put the time and effort into the reading. An altogether fascinating read.

I wanted to read this book because I'm off on my own pilgramage to the country of the Rainbow Trail and Riders Of The Purple Sage this coming September. With the text of this little book tucked neatly into my mind, I will be able to clearly imagine the places as Grey saw them. I'm really hoping that they haven't altered all that much in the intervening years.
Steamy Ibis
This would be a great book if it wasn't so long. It started out keeping my interest, but after page on page on page of the same kind of stuff, it got real boring. I finally completely stopped reading it about half way through. It is well written, just l-o-n-g!
Best West
If you're interested in reading this collection of Mr. Grey's non-fiction stories, do yourself a favor and try to secure either an original copy or a better reproduction. This particular edition has none of the photographs Grey took and included in the original editions. The writing is still his and remains unchanged.
lolike
I didn't care for this book because I do not care to read about the exploits of the author. I only read a little more half of the book because I got bored(not my cup of tea). The book reads like a diary or journal made into sentences.
Dikus
Normally we expect to find shoot-outs or home runs popping out of the pages of Zane Grey. Not this one. It is his reflections on many years spent pushing hiself to the limit on the back trails and no trails of the 1910-20 hinderlands of Arizona and New Mexico. Remember, Arizona was still a territory when he began his earlier trips on 1900. If you like colorful writing about the last continental unexplored country of the USA, then this is worthwhie. You have to bring your own imagination along and he will wet it and fill it to the brim.
Golkis
zane grey is a prolific author. my wife thinks its dry, but i like it. i buy the audio because i like to listen while im doing other things. im glad amazon keeps these books reasonable.
plus my eyesight is not that great anymore its hard for me to read small print.
There was some adventure and some interesting places.