The Arbutus/Madrone Files: Reading the Pacific Northwest
This lively and perceptive look at the literature of the U.S. and Canadian Pacific Northwest explores the dynamics of the cross-border region using resonant quotations, poetry, song lyrics, and art to demonstrate and enhance Laurie Ricou's critical readings and ideas.
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