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by Stephen Harrigan

eBook A Natural State ePub
Author: Stephen Harrigan
Language: English
ISBN: 0877191077
ISBN13: 978-0877191070
Publisher: Texas Monthly Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 1988)
Pages: 185
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 485
Formats: mbr lrf lit rtf
ePub file: 1432 kb
Fb2 file: 1458 kb

In this remarkable collection of essays, Stephen Harrigan explores, with an unfailing depth of feeling, the human longing to feel at home in the world of nature.

In this remarkable collection of essays, Stephen Harrigan explores, with an unfailing depth of feeling, the human longing to feel at home in the world of nature. In vivid and convincing prose, he evokes the landscape of his home territory, Texas, and his own reactions, sometimes droll, sometimes haunted, to the extraordinary power of place that Texas projects. The personal essay at its best. What Edward Abbey did for the desert Southwest and what . White did for Maine, Harrigan has done for Texas; quite simply, he is just as good. The Houston Chronicle.

Stephen Harrigan (born 1948) is an American novelist, journalist and screenwriter. He is best known as the author of the bestselling The Gates of the Alamo, for other novels such as Remember Ben Clayton and A Friend of Mr. Lincoln, and for his magazine work in Texas Monthly.

A Natural State book. A Natural St In this remarkable collection of essays, Stephen Harrigan explores, with an unfailing depth of feeling, the human longing to feel at home in the world of nature. A Natural State was originally published in hardcover in 1988 by Texas Monthly Press.

Stephen Harrigan is the author of ten books, including . Many of his magazine pieces have been collected in the essay collections A Natural State (1988) and Comanche Midnight (1995).

Stephen Harrigan is the author of ten books, including the NYT best seller 'The Gates o. .Stephen Harrigan was born in Oklahoma City in 1948 and has lived in Texas since the age of five, growing up in Abilene and Corpus Christi. Another non-fiction book, Water and Light: A Diver’s Journey to a Coral Reef, was published by Houghton Mifflin in 1992. Harrigan is the author of four novels. His first novel, Aransas, published by Alfred A. Knopf, was listed by the New York Times as a notable book of 1980.

Looking for books by Stephen Harrigan? . His nonfiction books include Water and Light: A Diver’s Journey to a Coral Reef and the essay collections A Natural State and Comanche Midnight.

Looking for books by Stephen Harrigan? See all books authored by Stephen Harrigan, including The Gates of the Alamo, and A Friend of Mr. Lincoln, and more on ThriftBooks. He is a longtime writer for Texas Monthly, and his articles have appeared in many other magazines. He lives in Austin, Texas. Books By Stephen Harrigan.

A Natural State was originally published in hardcover in 1988 by Texas Monthly Press. In this remarkable collection of essays, Stephen Harrigan explores, with an unfailing depth of feeling, the human longing to feel at home in the world of nature

A Natural State was originally published in hardcover in 1988 by Texas Monthly Press. In this remarkable collection of essays, Stephen Harrigan explores, with an unfailing depth of feeling, the human longing to feel at home in the world of nature.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A critically acclaimed debut novel first published in 1980, Aransas recounts a young man’s attempt to find his place in the world as he navigates the moral dilemma of training an exquisitely conscious being to perform in a seaside dolphin circus.

Stephen Harrigan It is Illinois in the 1830s and 1840s.

Abraham Lincoln is a circuit-riding lawyer, a member of the state legislature, a man of almost ungovernable ambition

Stephen Harrigan ist ein amerikanischer Schriftsteller, Journalist und Drehbuchautor. Die meisten seiner Romane, Sachbücher und Essays haben die texanische Geschichte zum Gegenstand.

Stephen Harrigan ist ein amerikanischer Schriftsteller, Journalist und Drehbuchautor.

In this remarkable collection of essays, Stephen Harrigan explores, with an unfailing depth of feeling, the human longing to feel at home in the world of nature. In vivid and convincing prose, he evokes the landscape of his home territory, Texas, and his own reactions, sometimes droll, sometimes haunted, to the extraordinary power of place that Texas projects.

Mikarr
Pretty cool essays on Texas. I read it for class and got to mean the author.
Mbon
Harrigan does an exceptional job of taking the reader through the natural wonders of Texas, from the beaches to the deserts, and finally to the Hill Country's Enchanted Rock. By the end of the book, I had no other choice than to hop in my own car and hit the Texas highways and rediscover this natural state for myself.
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