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What is traditional western writing?

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    When you think about western fiction writing, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Cowboy hats, a limited aesthetic language, and loud characters? Well, best western fiction writers write more than just that. The setting is around the late eighteenth or the nineteenth century, and writers like Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour have written great stories in this genre. Western fiction does not seem to go away after its rise in the early 60s. Reading books written in this genre promotes traditional western ways from old times. Have you read any books written in this genus?

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