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The River Why [David James Duncan] on myavr.info The classic novel of fly fishing and spirituality republished with a new Afterword by the author. books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view Audible audiobook. The river why by David James Duncan, , Bantam Books edition, - Bantam Windstone ed. The classic novel of fly fishing and spirituality, originally published in Since its publication in , THE RIVER WHY has Read More. Genre: Fiction.
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The result is not just another exotic, travel book. Instead, Worrall delivers a powerful story of love and adventure that will take its place alongside such classics as Bruce Chatwin's "In Patagonia" and "The Snow Leopard' by Peter Matthiessen. In other words, the less the two threads of the plot hang together, the more we understand Worrall's emotional conflict. The chapters focussing on his journey through Patagonia drip with the same rich, eloquent prose that he has always used to such great effect.
Worrell describes the landscapes, animals, cities, people and cultures he encounters on his journey through Patagonia in evocative detail, conjuring up powerful images of condors and river dolphins, one-horse towns and forceful gales, beautiful women and the desolate steppe. This provides a vivid visual experience, even if you have very little knowledge of the region, and steeps you in the atmosphere of the place. By contrast, the passages in which Worrall recounts his disintegrating family relationships are told in an urgent and immediate style, dialogue-led and stripped of the romanticism he paints onto the rest of his life.
The bareness of the text reflects the honesty of the revelations; Worrall is refreshingly open and is at his most sympathetic as a narrator when recognising his own failings and mistakes in these chapters.
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