New York & Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (1931). Hardcover - Austin's last novel, one which combines a very visual sense of the landscape of New Mexico with the complications of modern civilization. Although this book is often overlooked, Ansel Adams in a letter to Austin called it "the greatest thing I have ever read." 420 pp plus 1 pp translation of the songs.
Condition: Very good in black cloth with blue letting - some rubbing and wear to the covers, but overall a tight and sturdy copy.