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by Jerry Dennis
Author: Jerry Dennis
Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1993)
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Subcategory: Hunting and Fishing
Jerry Dennis' A PLACE ON THE WATER is a quiet treasure of memories early and late. I really enjoyed Mr. Dennis' home-spun stories which described his love of the outdoors from childhood through adulthood. I also enjoyed the beautiful illustrations
Jerry Dennis' A PLACE ON THE WATER is a quiet treasure of memories early and late. The writing is spare and pristine. Good essay requires truth and no rush to judgment, a healthy restraint from embellishment and, above all, brevity. Dennis succeeds on all fronts. I also enjoyed the beautiful illustrations. Living and fishing in the upper midwest my whole life makes me feel right at home in the lakes and streams described in the book. I look forward to picking up one of Mr. Dennis' other books.
Jerry Dennis’s sparkling prose and Glenn Wolff’s captivating illustrations transport us to a world we recognize from childhood: a. .PRAISE: A Place on the Water is a collection of lyrical, haunting essays, set in northern Michigan.
Jerry Dennis’s sparkling prose and Glenn Wolff’s captivating illustrations transport us to a world we recognize from childhood: a place of limitless range and possibility, shimmering with life, where the very next cast will be the one that hooks something enormous and wonderful. Many are about fishing, but that does not necessarily mean they are to be enjoyed strictly by anglers.
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Jerry Dennis is one of a handful of superb younger writers who love angling deeply and write memoirs full of warmth, eloquence, and wit. A Place on the Water is a book of many robust – and fragile – miracles. Nick Lyons, author of Spring Creek. Some American places seem almost drenched in something that, for lack of a better word, might be called characte. here is something undeniably romantic about the Michigan woods. Something that seems to alert the poet in many of u. erry Dennis is in the first rank of the current literary custodians of this tradition.
More than a collection of fishing stories, A Place on the Water is a passionate and eloquent exploration of subjects with broad appeal: love of land and water, informed and unsentimental appreciation of nature, and outrage at changes that threaten to obliterate places we can no longer afford to take for granted.
A place on the water. An Angler's Reflections on Home.
Jerry Dennis’s sparkling prose and Glenn Wolff’s captivating illustrations . A Place on the Water is a book of many robust-and fragile-miracles. Lifestyle & Sports. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
A PLACE ON THE WATER An Angler's Reflections on Home. Book pak, Recorded Books, 1999. by Jerry Dennis Read by Ed Sala. Along the way he expounds upon ecology, the extinction of fish species, and changing lands, as well as human kindness and wisdom.
A Place on the Water: An Angler's Reflections on Home: ISBN 9780312141271 (978-0-312-14127-1) Softcover, St. Martin's Griffin, 1996. River Home: An Angler's Explorations. Coauthors & Alternates.