Western books. Today, Zane Grey best quotes on Yareah Magazine. From ‘Faith is a funny thing’ to ‘Recipe for Greatness’, he has a lot of interesting sentences and thoughts. Enjoy them!
Zane Grey (Pearl Zane Grey) was born in Zanesville, Ohio, on January 31, 1872 and died on October 23, 1939. So distant, so old! As a writer and author, he was a success in those times, not only in America but in Europe too. He wrote about the American frontier in an idealized way and he was the most famous author of the Western genre. Riders of the Purple Sage (1912) was his best-selling book. So distant, so old!
However, his influence has been enormous because he has been adapted to movies and TV series and today, he is so famous as in those old days. Then, so close, so young!
In fact, last year, 112 films, two TV episodes, and a television series, Dick Powell’s Zane Grey Theater, had been based on his novels and short stories.
Today, enjoy some of this best quotes and have a nice day, Yareah friends.
The Indian story has never been written. Maybe I am the man to do it.
Today I began the novel that I determined to be great.
I wrote for nearly six hours. When I stopped, the dark mood, as if by magic, had folded its cloak and gone away.
Recipe For Greatness – To bear up under loss; To fight the bitterness of defeat and the weakness of grief; To be victor over anger; To smile when tears are close; To resist disease and evil men and base instincts; To hate hate and to love love; To go on when it would seen good to die; To look up with unquenchable faith in something ever more about to be. That is what any man can do, and be great.
I love my work but do not know how I write it.
I will see this game of life out to its bitter end.
I see so much more than I used to see. The effect has been to depress and sadden and hurt me terribly.
At the end of the day faith is a funny thing. It turns up when you don’t really expect it. Its like one day you realize that the fairy tale may be slightly different than you dreamed.
Which one do you prefer?