Goyen's fifth novel is a fable of sexuality, Texas country life in the first half of the twentieth century, religious revivalism, and the money madness and ecological destruction caused by the oil boom. The narrative is composed of the brief linked episodes and tales that are Goyen's trademark, and is written with an ear for the rhythms of regional speech that was his particular gift.
by William Goyen
by Reginald Gibbons, William Goyen
by William Shakespeare
by William Sherman
by Zane Grey
by William Seabrook
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