|Folly and Glory (2004) [Novel]|
by Larry McMurtry
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Series: Berrybender Narratives, the
(From the publisher):
During their arduous trek through the untamed frontier of 1830s America, the Berrybender family has endured most every trial known to man. Now, however, they find themselves comfortably "under arrest" in Mexican Santa Fe-until the unflappable Lord Berrybender decides that they must make for Texas. But his daughter, Tasmin, is troubled by her dying love for her husband, the "Sin Killer," and the uncertain path she faces. From a desperate and bloody journey across the arid plains to the pit of human effluence that was early New Orleans, the Berrybenders and their group of hardy cohorts struggle to find their place in a new world, and face the hard truth that, in time, all journeys must come to an end.
Original title: Folly and Glory
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Land Rush
Fiction→ Western→ Sagas
Fiction→ Western→ Texas And Mexico