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Heat Moon, William Least

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    • us: Least Heat Moon, William
    • us: Moon, William Least Heat
    • us: Trogdon, William
    • us: Trogdon, William Lewis
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      • found: His Blue highways, c1983: CIP t.p. (William Least Heat Moon (William Trogdon)) pub. info. (res., Columbia, Mo.; 1st bk.) added info. from pub. (Heat Moon, William Least (William Trogdon))
      • found: Phone call to pub., 3/11/83 (William Least Heat Moon; auth. uses Least as 2nd forename; signs legal papers & pub.'s file is under Heat Moon; American Indian; father's name was Greater Heat Moon, auth.'s Indian name is Least Heat Moon to distinguish him fr. his father)
      • found: Clarke, K. The red couch, 1984: CIP t.p. (William Least Heat Moon) CIP data sheet (b. 8/27/34)
      • found: His River-horse, 1999: t.p. (William Least Heat-Moon)
      • found: Info. from MoU, Mar. 13, 2001: His Classical mythology in the poetry of Robert Herrick, 1973: t.p. (William Lewis Trogdon) heading on OCLC record (Trogdon, William Lewis, ?d 1939-)
      • found: Amazon website, viewed May 21, 2018: (Celestial mechanics: about the author, WILLIAM LEAST HEAT-MOON, pen name of William Trogdon, is of English, Irish, and Osage ancestry. He lives in Missouri on an old tobacco farm he's returning to forest. His first book, Blue Highways, tells of a 13,000-mile journey around America on back roads. His second work, PrairyErth, is a narrative exploration into a corner of the great tallgrass prairie in eastern Kansas. River-Horse gives an account of his four-month sea-to-sea voyage across the United States on rivers, lakes, and canals. In Roads to Quoz, Heat-Moon sets out for a half-dozen American destinations that have long intrigued him. Here, There, Elsewhere brings together a collection of his short-form reportage about places around the world. His five major books and the recent Writing Blue Highways have never been out of print. Celestial Mechanics is his first novel)
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      • PS3608.E276
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      • 1982-12-06: new
      • 2018-05-21: revised
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