By: Patricia Nelson Limerick
218 pages, no illustrations
Traces the development of American attitudes toward the desert using case studies from the writings of John C. Fremont, William Lewis Manly, Mark Twain, William Ellsworth Smythe, John Van Dyke, George Wharton James, Joseph Wood Krutch, and Edward Abbey.
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