Daughter of Bugle AnnDaughter of Bugle Ann

We heard her voice, and knew it for a chant of ghostliness. Remember, we had
never known that Bugle Ann still lived. She bayed that night with honey sounds,
and how the rumors ripped around, though she was never seen again within the

Author: MacKinlay Kantor

Publisher: Derrydale Press

ISBN: 9781461708087


Page: 180

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The Daughter of Bugle Ann, which picks up where the first volume, The Voice of Bugle Ann, leaves off, is, in our opinion, even better than the first. Benjy Davis is now married to Camden Terry. "A match made by a 30-30 rifle," says old Cal Royster. "A match made in heaven," says Mrs. Royster. In either case, it was a perfect match that would have been destroyed forever by Benjy's hard-headedness, were it not for Camden's secret, the full truth of which was unknown even to her until old Springfield Davis divined the mystery of the no-account bristly-faced dog.

The Literature of the OzarksThe Literature of the Ozarks

Voice. of. Bugle. Ann. 1 Her voice was something to dream about, on any night
when she was running through the hills. The first moment she was old enough to
boast an individual voice, Springfield Davis swore that she would be a great dog,

Author: Phillip Douglas Howerton

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press

ISBN: 9781682260852


Page: 352

View: 408

The job of regional literature is twofold: to explore and confront the culture from within, and to help define that culture for outsiders. Taken together, the two centuries of Ozarks literature collected in this ambitious anthology do just that. The fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama presented in The Literature of the Ozarks complicate assumptions about backwoods ignorance, debunk the pastoral myth, expand on the meaning of wilderness, and position the Ozarks as a crossroads of human experience with meaningful ties to national literary movements. Among the authors presented here are an Osage priest, an early explorer from New York, a native-born farm wife, African American writers who protested attacks on their communities, a Pulitzer Prize–winning poet, and an art history professor who created a fictional town and a postmodern parody of the region’s stereotypes. The Literature of the Ozarks establishes a canon as nuanced and varied as the region’s writers themselves.

Folklife AnnualFolklife Annual

Norman ' s Lead , a hound he had in the early fifties , had a bugle mouth . “ He
had the greatest voice you ever heard in your life , " Norman recalled . “ They
made a movie called The Voice of Bugle Ann , and this dog had a better voice .



ISBN: UOM:39015033517718



View: 289

The HeadlightThe Headlight

Four Books of Fiction THE VoICE OF BUGLE ANN, by McKinlay Kantor. Her voice
, the voice of Bugle Ann, rings in the crisp evening air long after your copy of
McKinlay Kantor's new book has been returned to the library. It is the clear, ...



ISBN: UCAL:B3049448



View: 481

The Animals Who s whoThe Animals Who s who

Bugle Ann Seeing Eye Inc . * Buddy spent the rest of her life touring the country
with Frank on behalf of the nonprofit ... BUGLE ANN , a great foxhound , had a
trumpet cry that soared above the baying of the other hounds in The Voice of
Bugle ...

Author: Ruthven Tremain

Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA

ISBN: UOM:39015015871588


Page: 335

View: 525

Biographies of more than one thousand animal celebrities, both real and fictional, highlight animals in myth and legend, literature, children's stories, and popular culture as well as real animals of historic or scientific interest

The Sports PagesThe Sports Pages

The Voice of Bugle Ann . Coward - McCann , 1935 . 128 p . An engrossing story
of men , women , and foxhounds set in Missouri . Bugle Ann is old Springfield
Davis's dog ; she has a unique voice that cannot be mistaken in the distance
when ...

Author: Grant Burns

Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040524923


Page: 274

View: 740

631 entries spanning the twentieth century from the early 1900s through the mid-1980s.

American Novelists 1910 1945 F Scott Fitzgerald O E R lvaagAmerican Novelists 1910 1945 F Scott Fitzgerald O E R lvaag

The bond between master and dog is so strong that Davis shoots a man whom
he suspects of killing Bugle Ann. Perhaps the most widely read of Kantor's works,
The Voice of Bugle Ann represents one of his best efforts and is well deserving of

Author: James J. Martine


ISBN: PSU:000019311692


Page: 327

View: 505

My Favorite Stories of the Great OutdoorsMy Favorite Stories of the Great Outdoors

The girl looked up at him . “ This — She was hers . She's Bugle Ann's . She's by
Proctor Pride out of Bugle Ann . There were four more , but only this one had the
real bugle - mouth . ” Springfield staggered . Benjy held him . “ She never had no

Author: Roy Chapman Andrews


ISBN: PSU:000006247966


Page: 404

View: 185


You will learn to like it as you did Goodbye, Mr. Chips, if the predictions of the
publishers are worth anything, because this, The Voice of Bugle Ann, is “the story
of the year . . . a fit successor” to that nostalgic sales phenomenon. Certainly
Bugle ...



ISBN: UCSC:32106020200819



View: 592

Motion Picture HeraldMotion Picture Herald

( 20th Century ) and teur " and “ The Voice of Bugle Ann " . 8,000 " Widow from
Monte Carlo " ( W.B. ) Low 7-20 " Don't Bet on Blondes " and " Ladies Crave
Excitement " 2,500 Keith's Memorial 2,907 25C - 650 " Captain January " ( 20th
Century ) ...



ISBN: MINN:31951001929440T



View: 623


I'll The Voice of Bugle Ann bet Einstein could detect a thrilling ( HEN a film is as
good as mathematical pattern in Fred Astaire's The Voice of Bugle Ann , it pitter -
patter . I hope , however , that this is literature . And when I see a picture kind of ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105010199094



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Missouri s Literary Heritage for Children and YouthMissouri s Literary Heritage for Children and Youth

The cry of Bugle Ann , the greatest voice among all the dogs , led him through the
gates of the state prison at Jefferson City and out again ! The Voice of Bugle Ann
is like a page out of folklore . Readers will never be the same after listening to ...

Author: Alice Irene Fitzgerald


ISBN: UVA:X000224653


Page: 255

View: 122

An annotated guide to more than 270 books about Missouri, set in the state, or written by Missouri authors.

Lux Presents HollywoodLux Presents Hollywood

The Voice of Bugle Ann , " 7 / 6 / 36 Based on the 1936 MGM film ( screenplay by
Harvey Gates and Samuel Hoffenstein ) , in turn based on the novel by
MacKinlay Kantor ( 1935 ) . Intermission Guests : Ruth Waterbury , editor of
Photoplay ...

Author: Connie J. Billips

Publisher: McFarland Publishing

ISBN: UOM:39015034429806


Page: 729

View: 924

The Lux Radio Theatre was the longest-running radio drama program ever broadcast. Starting in 1934 the show usually featured a one-hour adaptation of a motion picture screenplay, often with members of the original movie cast. The Lux Video Theatre, the television counterpart to the radio broadcast, aired from 1950 through 1957. This reference work is a show-by-show chronicle of the series, arranged by broadcast season, and showing network affiliation, host, announcer, director, musical director, and adaptation writer. Show listings include title, date first broadcast, cast, cast of the Lux commercials, plot synopsis, and film versions of the story. Also provided are the intermission guests--D.W. Griffith, Theda Bara, King Vidor, Sid Grauman among others--interviewed between acts of the broadcasts.