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Myself and Strangers - A Memoir of Apprenticeship

John Graves

The Houston Chronicle once observed, “John Graves’ provenance is about as Texas as a writer can get.” In this fascinating memoir, one of the Lone Star State’s literary icons reflects on the European travels that shaped him as a writer. “Graves is a master of visual detail, and his journey unfolds with the picturesque clarity of a film.”—Publishers Weekly

The Houston Chronicle once observed, “John Graves’ provenance is about as Texas as a writer can get.” In this fascinating memoir, one of the Lone Star State’s literary icons reflects on the European travels that shaped him as a writer. “Graves is a master of visual detail, and his journey unfolds with the picturesque clarity of a film.”—Publishers Weekly
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The Houston Chronicle once observed, “John Graves’ provenance is about as Texas as a writer can get.” In this fascinating memoir, one of the Lone Star State’s literary icons reflects on the European travels that shaped him as a writer. “Graves is a master of visual detail, and his journey unfolds with the picturesque clarity of a film.”—Publishers Weekly

Language:

English

Narrators:

Henry Strozier

Length:

8h 57m