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  • Author:
    Wallace Stegner
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    0385177208
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    978-0385177207
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    Doubleday; 1st edition (April 1, 1982)
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In 1972, Stegner won a Pulitzer Prize for Angle of Repose (1971), a novel about a wheelchair-bound man's re-creation of his New England grandmother's experience in a late nineteenth-century frontier town. As a result, Stegner is undergoing something of a revival

In 1972, Stegner won a Pulitzer Prize for Angle of Repose (1971), a novel about a wheelchair-bound man's re-creation of his New England grandmother's experience in a late nineteenth-century frontier town. As a result, Stegner is undergoing something of a revival. His work enjoys a new appreciation for its traditional narrative forms, its use of rich detail, and the unpretentious way it treats general social and psychological issues. For readers tired or confused by postmodernist fiction, Stegner offers relief

ISBN 10: 0385177208 ISBN 13: 9780385177207. Publisher: Doubleday, 1982.

Essays With A Western Bias. Age Range: 1914 - 1924.

One Way to Spell Man: Essays with a Western Bias. Conversations with Wallace Stegn ner on Western History and Literature. - The Sound of Mountain Water. Stegner, Wallace, and Richard W. Etulain. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1983.

Essays With a Western Bias: 16 essays by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angle of Repose. Essays With a Western Bias. Published by Doubleday, New York, 1982. Light sticker shadow atop the front end paper else the book is about fine in a similar dw with a light touch of fading to the orange lettering on the spine. Condition: About Fine Hardcover. From Tom Davidson, Bookseller (Brooklyn, NY, .

In recognition of Stegner's legacy at the University of Utah, The Wallace Stegner Prize in Environmental or American Western History was established in 2010 and . One Way to Spell Man: Essays with a Western Bias (1982). The American West as Living Space (1987).

In recognition of Stegner's legacy at the University of Utah, The Wallace Stegner Prize in Environmental or American Western History was established in 2010 and is administered by the University of Utah Press Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, has a history of presenting an annual lecture titled after Stegner. Collected Stories of Wallace Stegner (1990).

Start by marking One Way To Spell Man as Want to Read . Good essays on the west. Wallace Earle Stegner was an American historian, novelist, short story writer, and environmentalist.

Start by marking One Way To Spell Man as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. reread when writing fiction or personal history. Some call him "The Dean of Western Writers. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1972 and the . National Book Award in 1977. Books by Wallace Stegner.

One Way to Spell Man (essays) Doubleday, 1982. With Richard Etulain) Conversations with Wallace Stegner on Western History and Literature, University of Utah Press, 1983. Collected Stories of Wallace Stegner, Random House, 1990. With others) An Exposition Workshop: Readings in Modern Controversy, Little, Brown, 1939. With others) Readings for Citizens at War, Harper, 1941. The American West as Living Space (lectures), University of Michigan Press, 1987.

Wallace Stegner has written a superb novel, with an amplitude of scale . Larry Morgan, the narrator, is more writer than professor, western and without advantage

Wallace Stegner has written a superb novel, with an amplitude of scale and richness of detail altogether uncommon in contemporary fiction. Angle of Repose is a novel about Time, as much as anything- about people who live through time, who believe in both a past and a future, remarked Stegner. Stegner’s final book, Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs, another collection of essays about the West, came out in 1992. Larry Morgan, the narrator, is more writer than professor, western and without advantage. His sensibility is rooted in the arid landscape of New Mexico. Sid Lang is more professor than writer, eastern and endowed with family wealth.

Wallace Stegner: Man and Writer. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1996. One Way to Spell Man: Essays with a Western Bias. New York: Doubleday, 1982. Wallace Stegner: His Life and Work.

A selection of essays by the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist discusses God, man, the young and the mature writer, adulthood, the West, the desert, mountain men, myths, and Ansel Adams