Roger Zelazny; Gerald Hausman Wilderness

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Wilderness

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In 1808, mountain man John Colter ran and climbed 150 miles while being pursued by members of the Blackfeet nation. His run for life became a part of heroic American history and culture. In 1823, hunter Hugh Glass, left for dead after being torn apart by a grizzly bear dragged himself out of his grave and crawled more than 80 miles to wreak revenge on the trusted friend who abandoned him. This authentic and unique historical novel follows the survival trail and blood spoor of both men. History has recorded their triumphs -- Colter discovering what is now Yellowstone National Park. Hugh Glass becoming an icon of the American frontier.

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"We were more than honored when a relative of John Colter bought Wilderness and asked Roger and me to sign it. I asked her if we'd gotten the facts right and she said, 'Everything was perfect except for Colter's ears. They were big ones, like mine.' Roger and I laughed. It was one of those moments you never forget."

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John Colter ran over a hundred miles with the best runners of the Blackfeet nation chasing him. Hugh Glass dragged himself out of a grave when he was left for dead. These two men inform the mythic history of the American West. Their story was etched in stone and wood, but seldom put together as a single narrative with the lilt and storytelling magic of the Odyssey, which it in some ways resembles. It is the only novel Roger Zelazny wrote with Gerald Hausman, his friend and neighbor in New Mexico, and it was one of Zelazny's admitted favorites, being also his only western novel.

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