Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: Cambridge, Philadelphia, ET AL: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1984.
A first Edition/First Printing in Fine condition housed in a dust-jacket that is mostly Fine as well; is a memoir of a young man's journey from rural Oregon to the city of Portland, Oregon. It tells the story of Douglas' search for identity, purpose, and meaning in a rapidly changing world.
Unger's memoir is a story of transformation, both personal and environmental. After growing up in a small town in rural Oregon, Unger leaves to explore the city of Portland, Oregon. He discovers that the city is a vast and exciting place, full of opportunities and challenges. Unger struggles to find his place in the city, but eventually comes to understand that the land is his true home. The land is where he finds his sense of identity, purpose, and meaning in a rapidly changing world.
Leaving the Land is an insightful and compelling memoir of a young man's journey to find himself. Unger's story is a reminder that the land is the source of our identity and the source of our strength.; 8vo; 277 pages.