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Letters from the Horse Latitudes by C.W. Smith 1994 HBDJ

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Fiction & Literature

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Condition:

Very Good

ISBN:

9780875651316

Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1994

Category:

Historical

Author:

C. W. Smith

Edition:

None Stated

Edition Description:

Ex-Library

Publisher:

TCU University

Age Range:

Adult

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Item number:

3497381

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LETTERS FROM THE HORSE LATITUDES By C. W. SMITH Short Fiction Stories Ex-Library Book. Copyright Date: 1994. No Edition Stated. Published By: Texas Christian University Press. 205 Pages. Book Boards Are In Good condition. Library page has been neatly removed has several library stamps markings. Pages Are Clean Tight. Dustjacket is in Fair condition with some light edge shelf wear, small closed tear on the back cover. From the Flyleaf:.......... In the "horse latitudes" of the Gulf of Mexico, that zone where long periods of high pressure keep the winds away, becalmed sailors sometimes tossed horses overboard to conserve water. In these unapologetically traditional and realistic stories, characters find themselves in circumstances which demand similar difficult and undesirable acts. Because the stories are set in the Southwest and Mexico, from about 1920 through 1990, they often hinge on the suspicions, antagonism and ignorance the region's cultures, races, and classes bear against each other. Author's first collection of short stories.
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