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Steg·ner

 (stĕg′nər), Wallace Earle 1909-1993.
American writer best known for his novels about the American West, including The Big Rock Candy Mountain (1943) and Angle of Repose (1971), which won a Pulitzer Prize.

Steg•ner

(ˈstɛg nər)
n.
Wallace (Earle), 1909–93, U.S. novelist.
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The Project is made possible by financial support from donors of Olmsted Parks Conservancys Campaign for Extraordinary Parks including the Stegner Family, along with support from the City of Louisville, Mayor Greg Fischer, Councilman Brandon Coan and Louisville Parks and Recreation.
In the end, he turns to his own native region, the American West, with Wallace Stegner, Edward Abbey, Robinson Jeffers, Belle Turnbull, and Thomas McGrath.
In 1955, Wallace Stegner edited This Is Dinosaur: Echo Park Country and Its Magic Rivers; every member of Congress received a copy.
By delineating a personal history in relation to this high and dry environment, Nobody Rich or Famous recalls the best novels and nonfiction of Wallace Stegner.
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All the the Wild That Remains: Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner, and the American West
While they are often roped together as Western or regional writers (narrow classifications they both loathed), and their prime writing years and geographic terrain overlapped to a degree, there could not have been two more different writers--or men--than Wallace Stegner and Edward Abbey.