What Kansas Means to Me: Twentieth-Century Writers on the Sunflower State

By: Averill, Thomas Fox (editor)

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BI2 - A tight, clean, sound copy with minor overall shelf wear, there are the usual library marks, stamps, label, and pocket on the top and bottom outside paper edges, the front free endpaper, and the title page plus there is some very, very light soiling on the outside paper edges. The dust jacket shows minor overall shelf wear with a library label on the spine plus the front and black endflaps are glued to the fixed endpapers plus it is still in the original library mylar sleeve. Signed by William Least Heat-Moon on his story page. A collection of materials from a wide variety of authors about what Kansas and being Kansan means to them. The contributors include Thomas Fox Averill, Carl L. Becker, William Allen White, W. G. Clugston, May Williams Ward, Karl A. Menninger, Zula Bennington Greene, Kenneth Wiggins Porter, Milton S. Eisenhower, Allan Nevins, William Stafford, William Inge, Kenneth S. Davis, Artful Goodtimes, Peg Wherry, William Least Heat-Moon, Robert Day, and Denise Low. Acknowledgments, indexed, 243p.

Title: What Kansas Means to Me: Twentieth-Century Writers on the Sunflower State

Author: Averill, Thomas Fox (editor)

Categories: Americana, Essays, Literary Anthologies, Kansas, Great Plains & Prairies,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Lawrence, Kansas, USA, University Press of Kansas: 1991

ISBN: 0700604316

ISBN 13: 9780700604319

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Type: Ex-Library

Inscription: Signed

Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Book ID: SCW09800

Keywords: Nonfiction Non-fiction Literary Collection Literary Anthology Kansas State Identity Historic Identy Historical Identity Region State Literature Literary Collection Literary Anthology Essay Essays Averill Thomas Fox Becker Carl L White William Allen Clugst,