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by Charles Gaines
Author: Charles Gaines
Publisher: Random House of Canada, Limited; First Printing edition (1995)
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A Family Place: A Man Returns to the Center of His Life. ISBN 9780871135605 (978-0-87113-560-5) Hardcover, Atlantic Monthly Pr, 1994. Coauthors & Alternates.
Charles Gaines is the author of the National Book Award finalist Stay Hungry and the international nonfiction bestseller Pumping Iron, as well as being a lifelong sportsman and outdoor adventurer. He serves as US director of the Atlantic Salmon Federation and is a founder and lifetime board member of the US Fly Fishing Team. He lives in Nova Scotia, Canada, and Birmingham, Alabama. He is also the author of On the Run: An Angler’s Journey down the Striper Coast.
In the summer of 1990, writer Charles Gaines and his artist wife, Patricia, bought 160 acres of wild land on the northeast coast of Nova Scotia. By midwinter, they had begun to see the land as a place where family intimacy might be reclaimed In the summer of 1990, writer Charles Gaines and his artist wife, Patricia, bought 160 acres of wild land on the northeast coast of Nova Scotia.
Book Format: Paperback. Originally published: New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, c1994. Publishers Weekly,Tired of the frenetic pace of his life, worried that his 30-year marriage was in trouble, novelist Gaines ( Stay Hungry ) convinced his wife Patricia that they needed a change of scene. In 1990 they bought 160 acres on the northeast coast of Nova Scotia where they would construct a cabin and rebuild their lives together. The following summer the author, his wife, their three adult children, some friends and a local carpenter began work on the cabin. They lived in tents, without electricity or running water.
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A Man Discovers a New Center to his Life in Canada. Published April 11, 1995 by Vintage Canada There's no description for this book yet. Published April 11, 1995 by Vintage Canada. American Novelists, In library, Social life and customs, Novelists, American, Intellectual life, Homes and haunts, Protected DAISY, Biography, Romanciers americains, Homes, Biographies, Residences et lieux familiers. Charles Gaines (1942-).