The Annie Dillard Reader by Annie Dillard

The Annie Dillard Reader

byAnnie Dillard

Paperback | September 1, 1995

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Annie Dillard -- "one of the most distinctive voices in American letters today" (Boston Globe) -- collects her favorite selections from her own writings in this compact volume. A perfect introduction to one of America's most acclaimed and bestselling authors.

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Annie Dillard -- "one of the most distinctive voices in American letters today" (Boston Globe) -- collects her favorite selections from her own writings in this compact volume. A perfect introduction to one of America's most acclaimed and bestselling authors.
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Title:The Annie Dillard ReaderFormat:PaperbackDimensions:464 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 1.05 inPublished:September 1, 1995Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060926600

ISBN - 13:9780060926601

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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard has gathered together her favorite passages from past works to create an anthology consisting of her most significant, most passionate, most evocative writings. Selections include excerpts from Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Holy the Firm, The Living, An American Childhood, and Teaching a Stone To Talk.

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"One of the most distinctive voices in American letters today." (Boston Globe)