Signposts in a Strange Land
At his death in 1990, Walker Percy left a considerable legacy of uncollected nonfiction. Assembled in "Signposts in a Strange Land," these essays on language, literature, philosophy, religion, psychiatry, morality, and life and letters in the South display the imaginative versatility of an author considered by many to be one the greatest modern American writers.
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SIGNPOSTS IN A STRANGE LANDUser Review - Kirkus
A pungent, revealing collection of lectures, essays, and interviews—some previously published in Harper's, The Georgia Review, etc.—by the late novelist (d. 1990). Percy was a quintessentially ... Read full review
Signposts in a strange landUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Eminent physician/novelist Percy ( The Moviegoer ) died in 1990. Accumulated here are many uncollected essays, several seeing publication for the first time, grouped under three headings conceptually ... Read full review