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One Way to Spell Man: Essays with a Western Bias.
by Stegner, Wallace.

Publisher Information:
Doubleday, New York: 1982.

a Fine copy in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with edge wear to spine. In these 16 essays, the award-winning Stegner addresses a wide variety of subject focused on the West and writers of the West. He examines the mechanics of fiction writing, discusses the over use of four letter words, addresses the concept of regional culture and Canadian identity, and provides a personal consideration of three prominent western novels: The Virginian, The Ox-Bow Incident and The Big Sky.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0385177208
Book Id: 26478

Price: $95.00

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