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Angle of repose / Wallace Stegner.

By: Stegner, Wallace Earle, 1909-1993.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, [1971]Edition: 1st ed.Description: 569 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780140169300.Subject(s): People with disabilities -- Fiction | Married people -- Fiction | Grandparents -- Fiction | Historians -- Fiction | Adultery -- Fiction | Older people -- Fiction | California -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction.DDC classification: 813.52
Contents:
Grass Valley -- New Almaden -- Santa Cruz -- Leadville -- Michoac©Łn -- On the bough -- The canyon -- The mesa -- The Zodiac Cottage.
Summary: Stegner's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is the story of four generations in the life of an American family. A wheelchair-bound retired historian embarks on a monumental quest: to come to know his grandparents, now long dead. The unfolding drama of the story of the American West sets the tone for Stegner's masterpiece. Four generations in the life of an American family are chronicled as retired historian Lyman Ward, confined to a wheelchair, decides to write his grandparent's history. The Pulitzer Prize-winning classic has been selected by the board of the Modern Library as one of the best hundred novels of the 20th century.
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Grass Valley -- New Almaden -- Santa Cruz -- Leadville -- Michoac©Łn -- On the bough -- The canyon -- The mesa -- The Zodiac Cottage.

Stegner's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is the story of four generations in the life of an American family. A wheelchair-bound retired historian embarks on a monumental quest: to come to know his grandparents, now long dead. The unfolding drama of the story of the American West sets the tone for Stegner's masterpiece. Four generations in the life of an American family are chronicled as retired historian Lyman Ward, confined to a wheelchair, decides to write his grandparent's history. The Pulitzer Prize-winning classic has been selected by the board of the Modern Library as one of the best hundred novels of the 20th century.

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