3 edition of The gambler of Red Gulch found in the catalog.
The gambler of Red Gulch
|Statement||by Charles Ballew.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S6736 Gam, PS3537.N5 Gam|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||287 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||33038438|
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John Oakhurst The protagonist of the story. He is a professional gambler who is forced out of Poker Flat because he wins all the games and takes the townspeople's money.
A typical stoic cowboy figure, he is kind, cool-tempered and a believer in the capriciousness of luck. The Idyl of Red Gulch book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sandy was very drunk.
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Two or three men, conversing earnestly together, ceased as he approached, and exchanged significant glances. The following is the complete text of Bret Harte's The Idyl of Red presentation of this story comes from The Works of Bret Harte ().
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The sun had set on Red Gulch. In the twilight and silence Miss Mary's voice sounded pleasantly. "I will take the boy. Send him to me tonight." The happy mother raised the hem of Miss Mary's skirts to her lips.
One sheriff and two deputies have already disappeared in the rough-and-tumble mining town of Slosson’s Gulch. The same fate awaits any other man who crosses the cutthroats and thieves who thrive there.
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A tranquil philosophy, born of. The spectacle of a drunken man, and of this drunken man in particular, was not, I grieve to say, of sufficient novelty in Red Gulch to attract attention.
Earlier in the day some local satirist had erected a temporary tombstone at Sandy's head, bearing the inscription, "Effects of McCorkle's whiskey,—kills at forty rods," with a hand pointing.
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