The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 92, July 1988 - April, 1989 Page: 257
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"Too many Texans ... feel they
know Doble without having
taken the trouble to read him.
Too many who have read him
have not read between the lines.
He is our Robert Frost, he is an
institution." -Lon Tinkle,
Three Men in Texas
"When he has something to say,
and he generally does about
everything under the sun, it can
be as sharp as a rattlesnake's bite
or as staggering as a .45 slug-and
very often both at the same time."
-From An American Original
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