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1st University of Iowa Press ed.
1 online resource (270 pages) : illustrations.
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Now back in print, Joseph Wood Krutch's Burroughs Award-winning The Desert Year is as beautiful as it is philosophically profound. Although Krutch - often called the Cactus Walden - came to the desert relatively late in his life, his curiosity and delight in his surroundings abound throughout The Desert Year, whether he is marveling at the majesty of the endless dry sea, at flowers carpeting the desert floor, or at the unexpected appearance of an army of frogs after a heavy rain. Krutch's trenchant observations about life prospering in the hostile environment of.
Print version: Krutch, Joseph Wood, 1893-1970. Desert year. 1st University of Iowa Press ed. Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, 2010 9781587299018 (DLC) 2010011719 (OCoLC)598304983
9781587299476 (electronic bk.)
158729947X (electronic bk.)