almediah.fr
» » Behind the Mountains

Download Behind the Mountains eBook

by Oliver La Farge

Download Behind the Mountains eBook
ISBN:
0883075113
Author:
Oliver La Farge
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gannon Distributing Company (December 1, 1974)
Pages:
179 pages
EPUB book:
1100 kb
FB2 book:
1797 kb
DJVU:
1848 kb
Other formats
txt lrf doc azw
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
106


Pulitzer Prize winning author Oliver La Farge married into a New Mexico ranching family. Thankfully, Northern New Mexico is still a unique and wonderful place. This book helps me remember that - even though I live so far away.

Pulitzer Prize winning author Oliver La Farge married into a New Mexico ranching family.

Of his many books, "Behind the Mountains" has earned the affection of Santa Feans and New Mexicans . Santa Fe has changed a great deal-more than most people are prepared to acknowledge-since Oliver La Farge died.

Of his many books, "Behind the Mountains" has earned the affection of Santa Feans and New Mexicans, who continue to regard the book as a regional classic. The small-town atmosphere with "its warmth and rewards" he often spoke of and adm.

Oliver Hazard Perry La Farge II (December 19, 1901 – August 2, 1963) was an American writer and anthropologist. During 1925 he explored early Olmec sites in Mexico, and later studied additional sites in Central America and the American Southwest. In addition to more than 15 scholarly works, mostly about Native Americans, he wrote several novels, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning, Laughing Boy (1929). In addition, La Farge's short stories were published in the magazines The New Yorker and Esquire.

Find nearly any book by Oliver LaFarge. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Mother Ditch: La Acequia Madre. ISBN 9780613770293 (978-0-613-77029-3) San Val, 1983. Find signed collectible books: 'Mother Ditch: La Acequia Madre'. Yellow Sun, Bright Sky. by Oliver LaFarge, David L. Caffey.

The mountains are the Sangre de Cristo range and between them lies the valley in which two villages, the ranch and a. .

The mountains are the Sangre de Cristo range and between them lies the valley in which two villages, the ranch and a noisy stream provide the background for charming glimpses of the people of Rociada. Specifically the sketches revolve the Bacas, the family into which La Farge married, and as he describes the round of living there is a slice of our national heritage- rich and colorful, humorous and sad. A delightfully presented view.

Behind the Mountains book. La Farge's sho Oliver Hazard Perry La Farge was an American writer and anthropologist, perhaps best known for his 1930 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Laughing Boy. Named for his father, Oliver . Lafarge, he is the grandson of the artist and stained-glass pioneer John La Farge, nephew of the noted Beaux-Arts architect Christopher LaFarge and the father of the folk singer and painter Peter La Farge. La Farge's short stories were published in The New Yorker and Esquire magazines.

Oliver LaFarge has written: 'Behind the mountains' - subject(s): Social life and customs. Albert LaFarge has written: '. What has the author John LaFarge written? John LaFarge has written: 'The Race Question And The Negro' - subject(s): Racism. What has the author Albert LaFarge written? Albert LaFarge has written: '.

Oliver LaFarge Dies’. Mrs. LaFarge's childhood and family life were the subject of Behind the Mountains, one of her husband's books. View on timesmachine. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. Surviving are a son, Pen LaFarge, and three.

La Farge's non-fiction book, Behind the Mountains (1956), is based on his memories of Consuelo's family, who were ranchers in northern New Mexico. He wrote a regular column for the Santa Fe newspaper, The New Mexican

La Farge's non-fiction book, Behind the Mountains (1956), is based on his memories of Consuelo's family, who were ranchers in northern New Mexico. He wrote a regular column for the Santa Fe newspaper, The New Mexican. Some of his columns were collected and published as The Man With the Calabash Pipe (1966).

Book by La Farge, Oliver