Highway 99: A Literary Journey Through California's Great Central Valley

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Stan Yogi
Heyday Books, Jan 1, 1996 - Literary Collections - 428 pages
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Cultural Studies. Fiction. Nonfiction. Poetry. HIGHWAY 99: A LITERARY JOURNEY THROUGH CALIFORNIA'S GREAT CENTRAL VALLEY is an anthology of writings owing to Central Valley. Known in passing through and in memoir, the ground along Highway 99 has contributed to the literature of the twentieth century through such figures as Gary Snyder, Joan Didion, Maxine Hong Kingston, John Muir, Gary Soto, John Steinbeck, William Saroyan and Luis Valdez.

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This anthology, which includes more than 70 writers, provides a rich view of the region's physical and emotional landscape. Read full review

Review: Highway 99: A Literary Journey Through California's Great Central Valley

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This anthology, which includes more than 70 writers, provides a rich view of the region's physical and emotional landscape. Read full review

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