Andy Adams | Critical Essay by Critical Reception

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Andy Adams.
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Critical Essay by Critical Reception

None of Adams's later novels are considered as successful as The Log of a Cowboy. Critics note that Adams's ability to portray realistic scenes and his leisurely narrative style were best utilized in the episodic form of his first novel. Nevertheless, all of Adams works have been widely praised for their accuracy and realism, and Levette J. Davidson has written: "In spite of his many failures, Andy Adams, Andy 1859-1935 Adams remains the champion in one significant field; he put into seven books of fiction more of the life of the open range, the ranch, and the cattle trail than any other writer has been able to capture."

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