The River Why
Not in recent memory has there been such a unique and vibrant fictional character--a character who could make us laugh so easily, feel so deeply, who speaks with such startling truth about the way we live, as Gus Orviston--the irreverent young flyfisherman in The River Why.
9 pages matching Descartes in this book
Results 1-3 of 9
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Rogue River Fishing War
3b Some Biographical Statistics
28 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
alder angling Arjuna asked bait began Bill Bob bluebacks Bob's cabin called canoe catch caught chinook cold Compleat Angler crawdads creature creek cutthroat damned dead Descartes devil's club Doberman dreefee Eddy eyes face feel felt fire fish fisherman fishin flies flyfishing flyrod Garden Angel Garden World grabbed green grew hand head heard hell Hemingway hook Izaak Walton kids killed kind knew laughed light lived looked Ma's mouse never Nick night nightcrawler nodded Orviston Piscator pole pool pulled rain Rama Ranger comics reel river rock Rodney salmon shadow singing smiled started stayed steelhead Steve stopped stream sure talk Tamanawis tell thing thought Titus told took tree trout turned Twinkie U.S. Grant upstream voice W. S. Merwin waders waited walked wanted watched What's Yeah