"[A] collection of letters that are thoughtful, interesting, and peppered with delightful imagery that only a true writer would craft for his audience of one."Vom Verlag:
Wallace Stegner, winner of the 1972 Pulitzer Prize, was the author of thirteen novels and five collections of short stories. The New York Times called him the "dean of Western writers," and fellow writer Edward Abbey praised him as "the only living American writer worthy of the Nobel." This collection of a lifetime of Stegner's letters provides a long-awaited look into the life and mind of one of our most important writers. Edited by his son Page, Stegner's expansive correspondence shows him not only as a lauded educator and author but also as a man who never stopped learning, never stopped questioning and pushing deeper into the foundation of who he was and where he was from.
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