When Man With A Bull Tongue Plow appeared in 1934, it seemed to me that a new voice was raised in American letters. Subsequent work has strengthened this opinion. Now comes Stuart's autobiography, a disturbingly beautiful book, a searching picture of life of poverty-stricken mountaineers, a slice of America. It has courage and drama and the scent and sight and feel of the out-of-doors. This book should ""discover"" Stuart to those who missed the two earlier books -- and result in plus sales. The woodcut illustrations have caught the spirit of the text.