Lonesome Dove Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Lonesome Dove.
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Lonesome Dove: Natural Beauty and Remote Places

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "Lonesome Dove" by Larry McMurtry.
People live and can visit remote places were they can find the natural beauty of the world. In Lonesome Dove, Larry McMurtry demonstrates the themes of natural beauty and remote places. The novel portrays remote places, which have natural beauty because they describe the last and adventurous frontiers.

Today, many people go on adventures and realize nature's beauty. They discover many new places and meet new people on their never-ending journeys. McMurtry tells how the Hat Creek Cattle Company and Livery Emporium lived in the lonely town of Lonesome Dove in southern Texas near the Mexican border. The company is filled with many characters, which have their own habits, special abilities, and personalities. They are traveling to Montana and cross many frontiers. Although Lonesome Dove is a boring and very tiny town McMurtry describes the towns few beauties and nature's pictures. He describes the various animals and the...

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