7 edition of Cowgirl"s Man (Gone to Texas!) found in the catalog.
May 1, 2000
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||224|
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Even Cowgirls Get the Blues was written in the sixties, the time of free love, and man is the love free in the book. There is too much fear now to make a movie like that.
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She becomes a model in advertising, and her New York agent, "the Countess" (Sir John Hurt), sends her to his ranch in California to shoot a commercial, set against the /10(K).
Tom Robbins' books, including "Still Life With Woodpecker," "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," "Skinny Legs and All" and "Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas," have earned the author a.
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Even if Tom Robbins's facetious, meandering book is virtually unfilmable (and dated, given its 70s-era homage to free love and drugs), COWGIRLS is still astonishingly incoherent. “Even Cowgirls Get the Blues” is a Whole Earth narrative, a laid back “Tristram Shandy,” a barbershop quartet of Vonnegut, Brautigan, Pynchon and Ishmael Reed doing a hymn to the White.
Gus Van Sant's long-delayed, much-truncated version of Tom Robbins' cult novel ``Even Cowgirls Get the Blues'' is best enjoyed as a weirdo roundup and a glimpse of just how wacko those dear, dead. Portraits of ranch women tell stories of tough cowgirls successful in a man's world Updated ; Posted Artist Lynda Lanker sits among portraits of ranching women.
It must be lucrative being Tom Cruise's lawyers. The most recent person to give them some billable hours is Randy Jones, the original Village People cowboy, who has sold his memoir, "Macho Man.
The Cowgirls of Color, the rare all-female team, will compete in the Bill Pickett Rodeo, the only African-American touring rodeo competition in the country.
The body talk of cowgirls spoke of a woman of authority, a woman on horseback, wearing pants, riding like a man - scandalous activities at a time when, even on the Plains, skirts and sidesaddles.
The single worst decision made by Van Sant in filming Even Cowgirls Get the Blues may have been choosing to adapt the book in the first place.
To say that Robbins’ novel hasn’t aged well is an. The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (). Although the gap between what can go into a comic book and what can go on a movie screen is narrowing, the gap between what Alan Moore can put in a comic book and what Hollywood can put in a movie sadly isn't.
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