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mardi 1 avril 2008

A River runs through it and other stories

Par Norman Maclean, University of Chicago Press

«Beginning with the memorable line, "In our family, there was no clear line between religion and fly fishing," Maclean paints an evocative portrait of the sons of a small-town Montana minister, two brothers headed in very different directions. Fly-fishing for trout is one thing that unites father and sons, and, in the end, it is the language of the river that provides understanding and acceptance in the most difficult of times.»

Une plume si juste, si douce... on a envie de noter des citations à n'en plus finir... à lire tranquillement... comme un Bobin un peu plus ancré dans le réel...

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