What does Horatio Alger mean?
What is the meaning of Horatio Alger?
Definition of Horatio Alger
: of, relating to, or resembling the fiction of Horatio Alger in which success is achieved through self-reliance and hard work.
Was Horatio Alger a real person?
Horatio Alger was a real person.
Born in 1832, Horatio Alger, Jr. grew up in a middle class Massachusetts family, attended Harvard, and worked briefly as a pastor before putting his pen to paper professionally in the early 1860s.
How many books did Horatio Alger sell?
20 million copies
His books sold over 20 million copies, even though their plots, characterizations, and dialogue were consistently and even outrageously bad. By the mid-1890s his health was waning, and Alger settled in Natick, Mass., with his sister Olive and her husband. He died there a few years later.
What is Zane real name?
|Born||Kristina Laferne Roberts 1966/1967 (age 55–56) Washington, D.C., US|
What order should I read Zane GREY books?
Order of Zane Grey Standalone Novels
|1||The Last of the Plainsmen||1908|
|2||The Short Stop||1909|
|3||The Heritage of the Desert||1910|
Where did Zane GREY get his name?
Zane Grey was born in Zanesville but the town is not named after him. The spelling of Zane’s last name was originally with an A. Gray. He changed it to separate himself from his father, who he did not get along with.