Edited By: J Reid
336 pages, 50 Photos
Explores the ecology, history, culture, and politicization of the river. Jan Reid has assembled writings by an array of leading authors - Larry McMurtry, Tony Hillerman, Paul Hogan, Charles Bowden, John Graves, Woody Guthrie, John Reed, John Nichols, Robert Boswell, to name but a few - who ponder the river's historical and contemporary meanings through short stories, essays, newspaper and magazine articles, and excerpts from novels, histories, memoirs and nonfiction reporting.
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