Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 1989. First Edition. silver blue cloth, black lettering on spine, sharp corners, inscribed on ffep 1989, signed by author half-title page, binding very good, pages clean, DJ wrapped in archival cover.
olive boards, gilt lettering on spine, sharp corners, 1972, binding very good, pages clean, DJ wrapped in archival cover. very good / near fine. Item #5557995
"The time is the 1930s and the setting is a western frontier town of a few thousand people, with one dubious distinction. Carson City, Nevada, is the smallest capital in the United States."
"In a Hundred Graves is wonderfully expressive of the style of the Basques: strong in their emotional restraint, powerful in feelings, wry, iconic, stoical in their humor, and always permeated by an intense response to their ancient homeland."
Sweet Promised Land a true story, luminous and tender of an American by choice and the journey of discovery he made to his native Basque village.