Cowboy Politics

Cowboy Politics

The politics of popular westerns are surprising in substance and significance, especially of late. Cowboy Politics shows how westerns in literature, cinema, and television face the challenges of Western Civilization even more than the perils of American frontiers. Its strategy is to compare key westerns with major theories of modern and postmodern politics. So it analyzes novels from Owen Wister to Zane Grey and Larry McMurtry. It focuses on films from the western… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (November 01, 2017)

Collection: Politics, Literature, & Film

Page count: 412 pages

Language: English

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