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And when Algie announces his departure from the West, to return to his bride, Big Jim assumes a posture of childlike sadness.
Greatly influenced by Charles Dickens, Harte wrote tales of rugged Westerners, and the stories were uncommonly tender -- often overlaid with shameless sentimentality.
The triumph of Algie the Miner is not that Guy-Blaché made a Western with an evidently gay protagonist.
Her true achievement was that she managed to tell this tale with broad comedy, without insulting its central character.
When he first arrives out West, he packs a dainty silver pistol, but as he becomes acclimated to the rugged terrain, he begins packing a more butch six-shooter.
While Algie acquires the manliness required by his future father-in-law, a secondary character emerges as an unexpectedly compelling figure: Algie's bunkmate Big Jim.