Freedom and Wilderness: Edward Abbey Reads from His Work
Denver: The Audio Press, 1987. 2 cassette tapes. 2 hours - 52 minutes. Printed paper labels on each side. Housed in the original plastic cases. Housed in a printed gatefold with drop compartments for each cassette. Contents printed on the inside front cover. Item #8237
On these rare cassettes Abbey reads from Desert Solitaire, The Journey Home, Abbey's Road, and Down the River. "Abbey is one of our very best writers about wilderness country, especially the desert. He is a gadfly with a stinger like a scorpion, the most effective publicist of the West's curious desire to rape itself since Bernard DeVoto died in 1955." - Wallace Stegner.
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