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Genre: Nonfiction | Regional, American West | Essays – Poetry, Plays, & Short Stories
Description: Who owns the West? “All of us, of course,” says Kittredge. But this “simple answer … is sort of beside the point when we get down to considering questions of fairness. Stay joyous under the sun and moon, in the rain and out; that’s another halfway answer.” Kittredge gives us not easy answers but a sustained meditation on what it means to be a Westerner today. He writes a celebration of the new West and an elegy for an old West that is fading.