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THE EARTH IS ENOUGH: GROWING UP IN A WORLD OF FLY FISHING, TROUT, AND OLD MEN
Author: Harry Middleton
Publisher: PRUETT PUB CO., Nov 1997
An army brat whose military childhood ended abruptly with the gruesome death of a friend, Harry was turned over to two enigmatic guardians, two men as old as the Ozark hills they farmed. His Uncles Albert and Emerson lived 19th century lives, and from them Harry learned an ancient cadence, the rhythm of the farm, the forest, the mountain stream. 6x9 inches, 208 pgs.
This is a classic, coming-of-age memoir of one boy's discovery of fly fishing in the Ozarks. Foreword by Russell Chatham.
PRAISE FOR THE EARTH IS ENOUGH
A haunting book, beautiful and funny and sad, written with enormous warmth and grace. Ted Leeson
"This is a grand true story and its wonderful old men are classic American characters." Annie Dillard