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All the Pretty Horses.

Summary: Throughout the book there are hints and even references to the fact that John Grady was the lone cowboy even before all the events that occurred in the book, he just needed a push in the right direction. Chronologically through the book there are subtle details that make it seem as in John Grady was a loner. From when him and Rawlins first leave for Mexico till the time that they depart from each other, forever.
All the Pretty Horses

Cormac McCarthy, the author of All the Pretty Horses, was born in Rhode Island on July 20, 1933. He was the eldest of six children, he was born to Charles Joseph and Gladys Christina McGrail McCarthy; he has two brothers and three sisters. Originally named Charles, after his father, he renamed himself Cormac after the Irish king. Raised a Roman Catholic, he attended Catholic High School in Knoxville, and then went to the University of Tennessee in 1951 to 1952 where he majored in Liberal Arts. All the Pretty Horses is one of his most respected and well known books, but he has also written The Orchard Keeper, Outer Dark, Child of God, Suttree, and Blood Meridian. All the Pretty Horses is a book about two boys, John Grady Cole and Lacy Rawlins (both only sixteen years old), who decide that they have had enough of...

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