Open Spaces, City Places: Contemporary Writers on the Changing Southwest

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Southwestern writers face a dilemma: their writing about the region's open spaces attracts new residents who "love the desert to death" by building homes and paving roads. While much of the region's literature bears a distinctly rural or anti-urban stamp, most of its residents - including its writers - live in cities. Only in today's Southwest do so many write that which they do not live. In Open Spaces, City Places, fourteen scholars, and writers offer a wide diversity of geographic perspectives, writing styles, and ...

Open Spaces, City Places: Contemporary Writers on the Changing Southwest 1994, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816514403

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Open Spaces, City Places: Contemporary Writers on the Changing Southwest 1994, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816511655

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