Trout Fishing in America
• In Chapter 1, "The Cover for Trout Fishing in America," Brautigan describes the cover photograph where he is posed in front of a statue of Benjamin Franklin with a young woman wearing a colorful bandanna on her head.
• In Chapter 2, "Knock on Wood, Part I," the narrator says he learned about trout fishing in America from his stepfather in 1942 and associates trout with steel.
• In Chapter 3, "Knock on Wood, Part II," the narrator recounts his first trout fishing experience in Portland, Ore.
• In Chapter 6, "Another Method of Making Walnut Catsup," there are three recipes for a meal with Trout Fishing in America and Maria Callas, the opera singer.
• In Chapter 7, "Prologue to Grider Creek," a man moves to Mooresville, Indiana or "the John Dillinger capital of America" and buys a house whose basement is filled with rats.
• In Chapter 10, "A Walden Pond for Wings," the...
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