By: WL Rusho (Author), John Nichols (Introduction By), Edward Abbey (Afterword by)
240 pages, 60 b/w illustrations
Everett Ruess, the young poet and artist who disappeared into the desert of Utah in 1934, has become widely known posthumously as the spokeman for the spirit of the high desert. Many have been inspired by his search for ultimate beauty and oneness with nature, which is chronicled in this remarkable collection of letters to family and friends.
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