A River Runs Through It Essay | Essay

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The Two Best Things

Summary: This essay deals with the metaphor between fishing and religion in the novel, A River Runs Through It, written by Norman Maclean, and the metaphor that describes my family.
What are the two best things in life? According to the Macleans (Not MacLeans), the two best things in life are fishing and their religion. Throughout A River Runs Through It, written by Norman Maclean, the metaphor of religion to fishing is seen everywhere. The family loves to fly-fish and loves to practice their religion. Because the story contains so much love for not only fishing but also religion, it is almost impossible to not see the connection between the two loves. Almost like every other family, the Maclean's have a metaphor that signifies their life. In the Maclean's case, their metaphor is religion to their fishing, and in my family's case the metaphor is my family to a farm.

In the first four pages of A River Runs Through It, the reader can see that the family loves to fish and loves God. In this story, the...

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