7 edition of Lines On the Water found in the catalog.
April 7, 2003
by Arcade Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Lines on the Water teems with lore and wisdom, humour, and most of all, passion. As with all Isaak Waltons brethren of the angle, some great and memorable characters have informed Richards fishing passion, and he brings them briefly to the surface of this book/5. I was hoping for more content on fishing the Miramichi (Line On The Water).
as the secondary title (A Fisherman's Life on the Miramichi), to me was the more correct title for this book. I 4/5(11). Lines on the Water is a great book about fishing. The last fishy book on the YJ list was Thomas McGuane's The Longest Silence, which was hailed as an instant classic and has sold nea copies in paperback.
Reviews "Lines in the Water is both an unusually thoughtful book and a major contribution to the discussion on 'sustainable development.'"—James Ferguson, author of Expectations of Modernity "Ben Orlove knows the cultural communities and landscapes of Lake Titicaca like the back of his hand, but relates them to an entire body of literature about lake-dwelling cultures.
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A Governor General's Literary Award winner for non-fiction, Lines on the Water is a beautifully rendered portrait of a life spent fishing in the Miramichi River by acclaimed author David Adams Richards.
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