Additional Resources for When the Legends Die by Hal Borland

Hal Borland
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Bass, Rick, The Lost Grizzlies: A Search for Survivors in the Wilderness of Colorado, Houghton Mifflin, 1997.

Rick Bass, a gifted writer of novels, short stories, and nature essays, tackles the mystery of the grizzly bears in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. Many people continue to claim they have seen grizzlies in these mountains where the bears have been officially declared extinct. Through his lyrical prose, Bass recounts his adventures in an attempt to finally put the questions to rest.

Borland, Hal, Country Editor's Boy, Lippincott, 1970.

This book recounts Borland's life story as he matures into a young man. Borland tells the story by describing his relationships with his parents, friends, and neighbors.

—        , High, Wide and Lonesome, Lippincott, 1956.

This is an autobiography about Borland's youth. It is told through Borland's constant vision of the landscape around him.

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