Red Wolves and Black Bears

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Random House Publishing Group, 1976 - Fiction - 273 pages
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Nineteen essays by the acclaimed contemporary author present his memories and knowledge of life in American woods and cities

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Though many of these essays have undoubtedly dated since their writing in the '70s, Hoagland is a scrupulous enquirer of the world he sees around him. He considers, investigates, and reports on his ... Read full review

Contents

THOUGHTS ON RETURNING TO THE CITY
3
BEARS BEARS BEARS
29
OF NEWTS AND MICE
70

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About the author (1976)

Edward Hoagland has written more than twenty books, including the travel memoirs" African Calliope" and "Notes from the Century Before", the essay collections "Walking the Dead Diamond River "and "The Tugman s Passage", and the novels "Cat Man" and "Seven Rivers West." He worked in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus while attending Harvard, and later traveled the world writing for a number of national magazines including "Harper s" and "Esquire." He has received numerous prestigious literary awards, and taught at many American colleges and universities. He is a native New Yorker, who now divides his time between Martha s Vineyard and his farmhouse in the mountains in Burton, Vermont.

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