7 edition of River of Traps found in the catalog.
by Univ of New Mexico Pr
Written in English
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A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and winner of the Evans Biography Award in , River of Traps is a portrait in words and photographs of three men and the mountain village in northern New Mexico that shaped their lives. It is now available in a paperback edition that maintains the oversize format and duotone printing. River of Traps is unlike. “After the great flood, the farmers along the river wanted the Army Corps of Engineers to do something,” Hartfield told me as we hauled up anchor and sped further up river to pull more shrimp traps. “They wanted the river to be faster and shorter. Most engineers said it was a bad idea.
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He is the author of The Walk and River of Traps, coauthored with Alex Harris, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year/5(21). William deBuys is a writer and conservationist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
He is the author of The Walk and River of Traps, coauthored with Alex Harris, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction and a New York Times Notable Book of the ’s other books are Salt Dreams: Land and Water in Low-Down California, which received a Western States Book /5(21).
River of Traps is unlike any other book I know. In A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and winner of the Evans Biography Award inRiver of Traps is a portrait in words and photographs of three men and the mountain village in northern New Mexico that shaped their lives/5.
A New York Times Notable Book of the Year Winner A remarkable look at modern life in the mountains, RIVER OF TRAPS also magically evokes the now-vanished world in which Romero tended flocks on frontier ranges and absorbed the values of a society untouched by cash or Anglo America.
His memories and wisdom, shared without sentimentality. River of Traps combines words and photographs to tell the story of Jacobo Romero, an oldtime northern New Mexico villager who befriends the authors and initiates them into knowledge of land, water, and a way of life long rooted in the mountain valley that became their common home.
Critically acclaimed and widely admired, River of Traps has been justifiably called a western classic. William deBuys is a writer and conservationist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is the author of The Walk and River of Traps, coauthored with Alex Harris, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction and a New York Times Notable Book of the ’s River of Traps book books are Salt Dreams: Land and Water in Low-Down California, which received a Western States Book Brand: Trinity University Press.
Buy a cheap copy of River of Traps: A Village Life book by William deBuys. New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo mountains are a place where two cultures. Hispanic and Anglo.
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Prawns easily find their way into the trap. —Barbara Kingsolver, The New York Times Book Review RIVER OF TRAPS "An absorbing record of the ideas and people that tamed the Colorado River and transformed southeastern California from a desert into one of the continent’s great agricultural regions a.
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There is a large stone fish-trap at Brewarrina, on the Barwan on: Brewarrina, Brewarrina Shire, New. Greeting canto --The shovel is a tool of art --Water will show --Sunset canto --The right place --Diamante --Travels without maps --Walking canto --Intactness --Field canto --The society is losing our mind --The body politic --Red horse --Gringismo --Woodpile canto --Retratos --River of traps --The bird of the bleeding throat --Fence canto.
Throughout River of Traps, deBuys has composed Cantos, or songs, interior or meditations on the life of Jacobo Romero.
These are haunting tributes. The stature of the man as teacher to the photographer and the writer can easily be measured by the beauty and durability of the book, as contradictory, dignified and mysterious as the natural world. A remarkable look at modern life in the mountains, River of Traps also magically evokes the now-vanished world in which Romero tended flocks on frontier ranges and absorbed the values of a society untouched by cash or Anglo America.
His memories and wisdom, shared without sentimentality, permeate this absorbing story of three men and the place. University of New Mexico Press.
deBuys, William. River of Traps: A Village Life. Harris, Alex. NP: University of New Mexico Press, pp. 4to. Deep blue cloth. Book condition: Very good with owner's name penned on front free endsheet. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with slightly bumped edges. Very Good.
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