American Places: A Writer's Pilgrimage to 15 of This Country's Most Visited and Cherished Sites
The author of On Writing Well and Writing to Learn recounts his journey to America's most cherished historic sites--including Mount Rushmore, Kitty Hawk, and Disneyland--discussing their significance to today's Americans. 15,000 first printing.
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