When a Man's a Man by Harold Bell Wright

“I am a HUGE Harold Bell Wright fan. I know his books are old and some are out of print or at least there are few copies left, but if you are able to get your hands on one then get it and enjoy it. When A Man’s A Man is my favorite of all of his books that I have read. His books have been tested with time and are still worth your time and money. — Judith Leiva

“HBW’s basic philosophy was that we are given a mind to learn and a body to work. To be a whole man, satisfaction in the productive use of both is required of us. This idea is seen in all of his novels but comes out more directly in this one. His appreciation of horses is also obvious in many of his works, but it is more directly addressed here.” — Amazon Reviewer

Level of Difficulty: Primer: No subject matter knowledge needed.

Book Contents

  • 1 After The Celebration
  • 2 On The Divide
  • 3 In The Big Pasture
  • 4 At The Corral
  • 5 A Bit Of The Past
  • 6 The Drift Fence
  • 7 Things That Endure
  • 8 Concerning Brands
  • 9 The Tailholt Mountain Outfit
  • 10 The Rodeo
  • 11 After The Rodeo
  • 12 Frontier Day
  • 13 In Granite Basin
  • 14 At Mint Spring
  • 15 On Cedar Ridge
  • 16 The Skyline

Publication Information

  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2020
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0