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by Robert Cunninghame Graham,Alexander Maitland,Jean Cunninghame Graham

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Here is a book of horse stories to discover, buy and cherish. For these tales were penned by the great “Don Roberto” Cunninghame Graham and they are not to be picked up and looked at lightly. For equestrian treasures such as these are rare indeed. Don Roberto was always a horseman ! He stepped into the saddle as a small child and was riding until he died in 1936. “Tales of Horsemen” contains ten of the most beautifully written equestrian stories ever set to paper, collected during the roaming life of this talented horse-borne scribe. The stories gallop across the whole wide world, taking the reader on a ride from the hot pampas of Argentina to the cold reaches of Iceland. The book culminates with Don Roberto’s most famous equestrian tale, “Tschiffely’s Ride.” This account of the Swiss Long Rider, and his Criollo horses Mancha and Gato, helped inspire the birth of modern equestrian travel and earned Don Roberto a place in the Valhalla of Long Rider heroes. So saddle up and ride along through the pages of this lovely book, edited and illustrated by Alexander Maitland, and carrying a special Foreword by Don Roberto’s great-niece, Jean Cunninghame Graham. Ride.

Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (24 May 1852 – 20 March 1936) was a Scottish politician, writer, journalist and adventurer.

Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (24 May 1852 – 20 March 1936) was a Scottish politician, writer, journalist and adventurer. He was a Liberal Party Member of Parliament (MP); the first ever socialist member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom; a founder, and the first president, of the Scottish Labour Party; a founder of the National Party of Scotland in 1928; and the first president of the Scottish National Party in 1934.

Robert Cunninghame Graham, Alexander Maitland, Jean Cunninghame Graham. For these tales were penned by the great Don Roberto Cunninghame Graham and they are not to be picked up and looked. For these tales were penned by the great Don Roberto Cunninghame Graham and they are not to be picked up and looked at lightly. For equestrian treasures such as these are rare indeed. Don Roberto was always a horseman ! He stepped into the saddle as a small child and was riding until he died in 1936. Tales of Horsemen contains ten of the most beautifully written equestrian stories ever set to paper, collected during the roaming life of this talented horse-borne.

Cunninghame Graham was called the modern Don Quixote because of his unorthodox and mercurial life. Born to an aristocratic Scottish family in 1852, Don Roberto's life was astonishingly varied. Argentine gaucho, Texas frontiersman, London politician, Moroccan explorer. He was all that and more. ever set to paper, collected during the roaming life of this talented horse-borne scribe.

Robert and Gabriela Cunninghame Graham, Alexander Maitland, Edinburgh: William . Personalidad de Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham: extracto de la tesis doctoral.

Robert and Gabriela Cunninghame Graham, Alexander Maitland, Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons Ltd, 1983. The friendship between . Hudson and Cunninghame Graham; translation of an article. in the Buenos Aires illustrated weekly Acquí Está, José Luis Lanuza, Argentina: Florencio Varela, . en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Madrid sobre: Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham : personalidad del autor y estudio crítico de sus ensayos, Julio Llorens Ebrat. Madrid: Florencio Varela, 1963.

Gaucho Laird, Jean Cunninghame Graham - There once rode a man whose life .

Gaucho Laird, Jean Cunninghame Graham - There once rode a man whose life could not be compared to ordinary mortals. This gentleman roamed the world, saddled every breed of horse, lived through a hundred adventures, went to prison to defend his beliefs and wrote like an angel. Meet Robert Cunninghame Graham, the author of this book and a living legend of the late 19th century. Disillusioned with politics, the famous horseman sought solace in the saddle.

item 1 Cunninghame Graham, R. Tales of Horsemen, Very Good, Paperback -Cunninghame . I bought this book as a Christmas present for a relative, thus far unfamiliar with the incomparable Cunninghame Graham, since it contains a good collection of his short stories

item 1 Cunninghame Graham, R. Tales of Horsemen, Very Good, Paperback -Cunninghame Graham, R. Tales of Horsemen, Very Good, Paperback. item 2 Tales of Horsemen, Cunninghame Graham, R. UsedVeryGood, Paperback -Tales of Horsemen, Cunninghame Graham, R. UsedVeryGood, Paperback. I bought this book as a Christmas present for a relative, thus far unfamiliar with the incomparable Cunninghame Graham, since it contains a good collection of his short stories. Neither of us are horsemen but these tales are so extraordinary and, like so much of "Don Robertos'" writings, beyond compare.

Tales of Horsemen book. Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham was a journalist and adventurer who rode with the gauchos on cattle ranches in Argentina before serving as a Liberal Party Member of Parliament (MP).

Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (Born - London, 24 May 1852 – Died . During his life Graham had a large number of books and articles published.

Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (Born - London, 24 May 1852 – Died - Buenos Aires,20 March 1936) was a Scottish politician, writer, journalist and adventurer. He was a Liberal Party Member of Parliament (MP); the first-ever socialist member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom; a founder of the Scottish Labour Party (1888-1893); a founder of the National Party of Scotland; and the first president of the Scottish National Party in 1934.

Robert Elphinstone Cunninghame Graham, RN's Geni Profile

Robert Elphinstone Cunninghame Graham, RN's Geni Profile. Contact profile manager. Son of Admiral Sir Angus Edward Malise Bontine Cunninghame Graham, of Gardmore and Ardoch, KBE, CB and Mary Patricia Cunninghame Graham Husband of Sheila Nan Cunninghame Graham Father of Private; Private; Private and Private Brother of Private Half brother of Jean Jauncey. Managed by: Private User.

R. B. Cunninghame Graham (Don Roberto, as he was affectionately . Graham, R(obert) B(ontine) Cunninghame. Reference Guide to Short Fiction. Cunninghame Graham (Don Roberto, as he was affectionately known in South America) was born into a noble Scottish family, the paternal line of which went back to Robert II and the Earls of Menteith. He was also a descendant of Robert Graham (whose biography he wrote), the poet of "If Doughty Deeds My Lady Please. Although Graham wrote more than 30 books, he never wrote a novel, confining himself in fiction to the short story. While he enjoyed personal notoriety during his lifetime and his literary significance was recognized, his work later was sadly neglected.