Hewey Calloway has a problem. In his West Texas home of 1906, the
land of the way of life that he loves are changing too quickly for
Hewey dreams of freedom--he wants only to be a footloose horseback
cowboy, endlessly wandering the open range. But the open range of
his childhood is slowly disappearing: land is being parceled out,
and barbed-wire fences are spring up all over. As if that weren't
enough, cars and other machines are invading Hewey's simple cowboy
life, stinking up the area and threatening to replace horse travel.
As Hewey struggles against the relentless stream of "progress," he
comes to realize that the simple life of his childhood is gone,
that a man can't live a life whose time has passed, and that every
choice he makes--even those that lead to happiness--requires a
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