- American Western stories
- West (U.S.)--Fiction
- West (U.S.)--Juvenile fiction
- Western fiction
- Western stories, American
- found: Vivo o muerto : cuentos del Spaghetti-Western, 2008.
- found: Wikipedia, May 11, 2012: Western fiction (Western fiction; a genre of literature set in the American Old West frontier (it must be taken into consideration that the definition of the West changed over time) and typically set from the late eighteenth to the late nineteenth century. Well-known writers of Western fiction include Zane Grey from the early 1900s and Louis L'Amour from the mid 20th century. The genre peaked around the early 1960s, largely due to the popularity of televised Westerns such as Bonanza. Readership began to drop off in the mid- to late 1970s and has reached a new low in the 2000s.) Western (genre) (The Western is a genre of various visual arts, such as film, television, radio, literature, painting and others. Westerns are devoted to telling stories set primarily in the latter half of the 19th century in the American Old West, hence the name.)
- found: German Wikipedia, May 11, 2012: Wildwestroman (a genre of popular fiction, set mostly in the "Wild West" of the United States; has lists of English-language authors and German-language authors)
- found: Polish Wikipedia, May 11, 2012: Western (literatura) (The Western was born in American literature. In America, there are also the largest number of authors and readers. However, there is also a large group of non-American writers who practice this art; article has section "Literatura western w Polsce" [Western literature in Poland] and lists Polish writers of Westerns)
- found: Davidson, A.E. Coyote country : fictions of the Canadian West, 1994.
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2012-07-30: revised
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