E. Annie Proulx

WYOMING

  • Photo of long sightlines under a brooding sky. — Wyoming
    Long sightlines under a brooding sky. — Wyoming
  • Photo of Bargains Unlimited
    A plot waiting to happen. — Wyoming
  • Photo of cattle in Wyoming
    “The country, its horses and cattle, suited them and if they loved anything that was it…there builds up in men who work livestock in big territory a kind of contempt for those who do not.”
    E. Annie Proulx
    “People in Hell Need a Drink of Water”
    GQ, 1999

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Appendix :: Literary Destinations

E. Annie Proulx

(1935-     )
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  • A Journey Through Literary America

    by Thomas R. Hummel and Photography by Tamra L. Dempsey

  • A Journey Through Literary America

    by Thomas R. Hummel and Photography by Tamra L. Dempsey

  • A Journey Through Literary America

    by Thomas R. Hummel and Photography by Tamra L. Dempsey

A Journey Through Literary America

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Explore the fascinating stories of 26 great American authors with images of the places that inspired them to write. It’s the perfect gift for book lovers. With over 140 photographs throughout, the images add mood and dimension to the writing – and they are often shockingly close to what the featured authors described in their own words. Lushly illustrated, and beautifully designed, the book is as much of a pleasure to look at as it is to read.

This is a volume for the literary enthusiast, the armchair traveler or the intrepid reader. It is a handsome and beautifully illustrated companion for those who seek to learn more about authors they have read and those who wish to discover new writers.

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