(From the publisher):
From the publisher
“Late in October in 1914 three brothers rode from Choteau, Montana, to Calgary in Alberta to enlist in the Great War. …An old Cheyenne named One Stab rode with them…”
Thus begins Jim Harrison’s Legends of the Fall -- a monumental work that is epic, stirring, and able to touch our most primal emotions. From the raw, stark beauty of Montana to the blood drenched battlefields of France, Harrison’s powerful tale looks at men fighting for justice in a world gone mad. In this now-famous story and the two other novellas included in this volume, Jim Harrison writes with incomparable brilliance and fury about a ferocious love of life.
- The Man Who Gave Up His Name
- Legends of the Fall
Original title: Legends of the Fall
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense
Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
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