From a Limestone Ledge : Some Essays and Other Ruminations about Country Life in Texas
by John Graves


Overview - "Another fine, reflective, anecdotal look at rural Texas." -New Yorker "Graves writes eloquently about a countryman's concerns. There's not a false note in the book." -Boston Globe "Like the unmortared stone fences of Graves's native hill country, From a Limestone Ledge is constructed of bits and pieces never designed to fit together, yet made to achieve a unity that is more enduring than the sum of its individual parts by the hands of a master craftsman." -Southwestern Historical Quarterly "The beauty of his work endures, and there is a greater pride in Texans' hearts for their home, I think, than there would be if he hadn't written the books he did." -Rick Bass, Garden & Gun "In describing the particulars of his surroundings, Graves often was describing the world in microcosm and the place and plight of humankind in it." -Bryan Woolley, Dallas Morning News  Read more...

 
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Overview
"Another fine, reflective, anecdotal look at rural Texas." -New Yorker "Graves writes eloquently about a countryman's concerns. There's not a false note in the book." -Boston Globe "Like the unmortared stone fences of Graves's native hill country, From a Limestone Ledge is constructed of bits and pieces never designed to fit together, yet made to achieve a unity that is more enduring than the sum of its individual parts by the hands of a master craftsman." -Southwestern Historical Quarterly "The beauty of his work endures, and there is a greater pride in Texans' hearts for their home, I think, than there would be if he hadn't written the books he did." -Rick Bass, Garden & Gun "In describing the particulars of his surroundings, Graves often was describing the world in microcosm and the place and plight of humankind in it." -Bryan Woolley, Dallas Morning News


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  • ISBN-13: 9781477309360
  • ISBN-10: 1477309365
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press
  • Publish Date: February 2016
  • Page Count: 253
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.57 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.71 pounds


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