THE VOICE OF THE DESERT: A NATURALIST'S INTERPRETATION. Joseph Wood KRUTCH.
THE VOICE OF THE DESERT: A NATURALIST'S INTERPRETATION.
THE VOICE OF THE DESERT: A NATURALIST'S INTERPRETATION.
THE VOICE OF THE DESERT: A NATURALIST'S INTERPRETATION.

THE VOICE OF THE DESERT: A NATURALIST'S INTERPRETATION.

NY: William Sloane Associates, [1955]. Illustrated. First Edition. Signed presentation from Krutch on the front endpaper: “For Mr. & Mrs. Selmer Pedersen with thanks for many kindnesses, Joseph Wood Krutch. Tucson. Oct., 1955.” Joseph Wood Krutch [1893–1970] was an American writer, critic, and naturalist who wrote nature books on the American Southwest and developing a pantheistic philosophy. 8vo., pictorial cloth in dust jacket; 223 pages. Item #57466

Very Good (minor wear & soil; little light spotting front endpaper; contents clean & tight but with pages 86/87 browned from former newspaper clipping); bit of edgewear & rubbing (one-inch chip base of spine) d/j.

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