Trout Fishing in America
This title is alternately a person, a hotel, a philosophy, a magazine, a fish, and a fishing lure.
This is a young woman in whom the narrator of In Watermelon Sugar has lost interest. However, she continues to pursue him, banging on his door all hours of the day and night.
This current love interest of the narrator of In Watermelon Sugar is blond, svelte, and long.
This crazy drunkard, who has an argument with someone and storms out, is determined to live alone by the Forgotten Works.
This fisherman, in Trout Fishing in America, builds a shack in 1976 near a creek to fish for trout.
This field boss is described in Trout Fishing in America as a middle-aged woman who was a real Okie and wore a pair of goofy overalls.
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