Ian Frazier

Ian Frazier is an American writer and humorist. He is best known for his 1989 non-fiction book 'Great Plains', his acclaimed 2010 work 'Travels in Siberia', and his writing for The New Yorker. Frazier's work often blends in-depth research with personal anecdotes and a humorous perspective. His essays and articles cover a wide range of topics, from travel and history to culture and the environment.


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  1. 1. Great Plains

    "Great Plains" is a travelogue that takes readers on a journey through the vast expanse of the American Great Plains, exploring its history, geography, and culture. The author travels from North Dakota to Texas, delving into the history of Native Americans, pioneers, and outlaws. The book provides a detailed account of the region, its people, and its significance in shaping the American West, offering a vivid portrait of the landscape and its influence on the country's identity.