New York; (1940): Harper & Brothers. First Edition. Ocatvo. Signed by the author, The author tells an unusual story which dramatizes the people and the landscape of the American Southwest. He gives a picture of the Southwest, the land where he lives of which no one quite captures like he does. 284pp., bound in gray cloth, spine lettering gilt and black, some toning to edges, a very good copy with previous owner's inscription, in chipped and edge worn dust jacket.
(Inventory #: 021132)
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