The Land of Little Rain
"The Land of Little Rain" is a collection of short stories and essays detailing the landscape and people of the American Southwest written by the prominent writer Mary Hunter Austin. The book presents a series of interrelated lyrical essays about the inhabitants, both human and otherwise, and the arid landscape of the Owens Valley and the Mojave Desert of California. It sends a strong message of environmental conservation and a philosophy of cultural and sociopolitical regionalism.
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