This New York Times bestselling novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard is a mesmerizing evocation of life in the Pacific Northwest during the last decades of the 19th century.
"A novel of character that blends history, social change, and individual dreams in a sophisticated, seamless prose." Seattle Times
"[An] impressive piece of fiction....[Dillard] has given herself a landscape large enough to challenge her talents." Los Angeles Times
"[A] triumph of narrative skill and faithful research." Kirkus Reviews
"The kind of book a reader sinks into completely.... The characters are so compelling, the setting so detailed, so convincing, so absolutely complete." Boston Globe
"Above all, a novel about the precarious, wondrous, solitary, terrifying, utterly common condition of human life." Washington Post
Annie Dillard is the author of ten books, including the Pulitzer Prize-winner Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, as well as An American Childhood, The Living, and Mornings Like This. She is a member of the Academy of Arts and Letters and has received fellowship grants from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Born in 1945 in Pittsburgh, Dillard attended Hollins College in Virginia.
This trade size paperback is in very good condition. It may have some cover creases or pencil owner's marks inside.
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