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An Autobiography (1907), Adams breathes life into the story of a Texas cowboy who becomes a wealthy and influential cattleman.
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This book was a very enjoyable read. To follow how one man with very limited finances was able to establish such a large and well managed cattle ranch and business. His perseverance and "stick-to-itiveness" was a great example and challenge to any reader of this very enjoyable book.
By: Anthony Trollope
In the first month of her hurry and flurry Mrs. Arkwright was a happy woman. She would see her mother again and her sisters. It was now four years since she had left them on the quay at Southampton, while all their hearts were broken at the parting. She was a young bride then, going forth with her new lord to meet the stern world.
It is the second in the series of novels known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire.
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