Heat-Moon, William Least., Houghton Mifflin Co. 'A Peter Davison Book', 1991, c1991, 1st Edition, boards & cloth w/gilt spine titles, map endpapers, vg w/price clipped dj, 624 pp, B & W map illus., tall 8vo, 'Chase County is, however, a sparsely populated.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition. Faint tide marks on the page edges, staining on the endpapers, and a few creased corners else very good in a very good minus dustwrapper with internal staining faintly visible externally and edgewear. Signed by the author.
N-Fine in N-Fine jacket. Book An almost new square tight solid over-all clean copy that appears to be un-read. Although a second print it is un-usual to find a book this size, 624 pages, in as good condition as this one is. A beautiful copy. This copy has some very minor pagedge soil and the DW shows some minor edgewear. THIS COPY IS IN MY POSSESSION AND WILL NORMALLY SHIP NEXT DAY.
Heat-Moon, William Least (William Trogdon)., Houghton Mifflin Co., "A Peter Davison Book", 1991, c1991, 2nd printing, boards & cloth (hard cover), map eps, fine with dj, 624 pp, tall 8vo, "...a vigorous and exalted evocation of the American land..."
Good. B-format paperback. 640 p. Ill. An exploration of the American heartland, relating the author's journey across the Great Plains to Chase County, Kansas, a sparsely populated area in the Flint Hills. The text attempts to capture the true but rapidly vanishing spirit of the people who farm America's central grasslands.
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