The Sound Of Mountain Water

Author: Wallace Stegner
Editor: Vintage
ISBN: 1101911700
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A book of timeless importance about the American West by a National Book Award– and Pulitzer Prize–winning author. The essays collected in this volume encompass memoir, nature conservation, history, geography, and literature. Delving into the post-World War II boom that brought the Rocky Mountain West—from Montana and Idaho to Utah and Nevada—into the modern age, Stegner's essays explore the essence of the American soul. Writtten over a period of thirty-five years by a writer and thinker who will always hold a unique position in modern American letters, The Sound of Mountain Water is a modern American classic.
The Sound of Mountain Water
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Wallace Stegner
Categories: Nature
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-02-18 - Publisher: Vintage

A book of timeless importance about the American West by a National Book Award– and Pulitzer Prize–winning author. The essays collected in this volume encompass memoir, nature conservation, history, geography, and literature. Delving into the post-World War II boom that brought the Rocky Mountain West—from Montana and Idaho to Utah
The Sound of Mountain Water
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Pages: 286
Authors: Wallace Stegner
Categories: West (U.S.)
Type: BOOK - Published: 1969 - Publisher:

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