Best known today for his writings about the American West, which he visited over twenty-five times between 1885 and 1920, Owen Wister was remarkably versatile, a poet, dramatist, essayist, novelist of manners, journalist, book critic, biographer and historian, satirist, and author of children's books. This bibliography of his writings increases by over half, to over 250, the number of items Wister is known to have published, including several schoolboy exercises contributed to his prep school newspaper and the Harvard Crimson, many prefaces or introductions to books by his friends, and memoirs of his lifelong friend and Harvard classmate Theodore Roosevelt.

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