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“Looking for goshawks is like looking for grace: it comes, but not often, and you don’t get to say when or how. “

Simultaneously a “breathtaking memoir” and a “small instant classic of nature writing,” this book juggles multiple themes and techniques. One often-used technique is metaphor: we meet a fellow who is as “serene as a mid-ocean wave” and see the deer … Continue reading

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