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by Vance Bourjaily

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ISBN:
0816508844
Author:
Vance Bourjaily
Category:
Hunting & Fishing
Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press; 1st Edition edition (November 1, 1984)
Pages:
180 pages
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1199 kb
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1206 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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The Unnatural Enemy: Essays on Hunting (1963). The Man Who Knew Kennedy (1967). Vance Bourjaily at the Biography Reference Bank.

The Unnatural Enemy: Essays on Hunting (1963). Brill among the Ruins (1970). Country Matters: Collected Reports from the Fields and Streams of Iowa and Other Places (essays) (1973). Now Playing at Canterbury (1976). A Game Men Play (1980). The Great Fake Book (1986). Old Soldier: A Novel (1990). Vance Bourjaily Biography at Brief Biographies.

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The Unnaatural Enemy. I found this book referred to in one of Gene Hill's books when he was talking about great hunting books he had read and enjoyed in his early years. I was not disappointed.

Vance Bourjaily, American novelist. Recipient Academy Award in literature, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1993. Member campaign staff Hughes for Senate, 1968. Served with American Field Service, 1942-1944; Served with Army of the United States, 1944-1946. Professor University Arizona, University Iowa Writers Workshop, 1958-1980. Cultural mission to South America auspices United States Department State, 1959, 73. Boyd professor Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1985-2010. Distinguished visiting professor Oregon State University, summer 1968. the Arab American National Book Award. Her memoirs were published posthumously as Teaching Arabs, Writing Self: Memoirs of an Arab-American Woman. She is remembered on the Boston Women's Heritage Trail, and the Arab American Book Award nonfiction prize was renamed in her honor. Doug Dorst is an American novelist, short story writer, and creative writing instructor.

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When Buck Fever Hits Larkspur's Slopes," NO, December 16, 1963, p. 13. a b c Bruce Weber, Vance Bourjaily, Novelist Exploring Postwar America, Dies at 87 from The New York Times, September 3, 2010. a b c Bruce Weber, Vance Bourjaily, Novelist Exploring Postwar America, Dies at 87 from The New York Times, September 3, 2010

Essays on hunting by a thoughtful writer who earned praise from Edward Abbey
  • Dori
Extremely well written. A must read for every serious outdoors person
  • Grari
I found this book referred to in one of Gene Hill's books when he was talking about great hunting books he had read and enjoyed in his early years. I was not disappointed. Most of the stories are about bird hunting (pheasants, ducks, quail, doves, snipe, crows, etc.) and about various dogs he has had. The best chapter was definitely the account of one single day of hunting he and his dog Moon had in Iowa, trying to get his limit of pheasant. It was quite an enjoyable book to read on a winter's night sitting in front of a crackling wood fire. Bourjaily's style of prose is unique and I cannot compare him to any other author I have read. Written from the heart, he examines not only the details of the hunt, the shot and the kill, but the whole ethos of man's desire to hunt various birds and animals. One of the most useful things I learned from his book is that "a shotgun is like a paintbrush" when shooting at moving targets. Going to have to try that one at the trap range next week.