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Fair. 282 pages. Softcover. Reading copy. AUTOBIOGRAPHY. This compelling self-portrait covers the period from Dobie's birth on a south Texas ranch in 1888 to the 1930s, when as a professor at the University of Texas he had become established as an authority on the life and literature of the Southwest. The book begins with ruminations on the nature of autobiographical writing and moves to reminiscences of childhood, parents, neighbors, and ranching in Live Oak County. Includes an Index. (Key Words: J. Frank Dobie, Texas, University of Texas, Professors, Autobiography, American Southwest, Southwestern United States, Family, Live Oak County).
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