The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen Crane
On a train steaming toward the Texas town of Yellow Sky are Marshal Jack Potter and his bride. Meanwhile, town villain Scratchy Wilson is on the prowl. A revolver in each hand, Scratchy is drunk and belligerent. And when none of the townspeople accepts his offer to fight, he awaits the marshal's return.
The Outcast of Poker Flat by Bret Harte
As gambler John Oakhurst steps into the main street of Poker Flat on the morning of the twenty-third of November, 1850, he is conscious of a change in the town's moral atmosphere. Two or three men, conversing earnestly together, cease as he approaches, and significant glances are exchanged. A Sabbath lull fills the air in a settlement unused to such influences.
Love of Life by Jack London
Two gold prospectors, Bill and an unnamed man, are struggling to survive on the frozen tundra of Canada. They cross the desolate land in search for food, all the while suffering from starvation and exposure to the elements. When the unnamed man sprains his ankle, Bill abandons him and proceeds through the wilderness, his will to survive put to the test.
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