A Listening Walk --and Other Stories - Pages 160 - 179 Summary & Analysis

Gene Hill
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Pages 160 - 179 Summary and Analysis

In "Everycamp," Hill imagines a fictional, ideal hunting expedition by several men who, though they may have some hunting experience, are not avid hunters. These include a doctor, lawyer, salesman, among others. While initially the men are ill at ease fending for themselves in the wilderness, they undergo a marvelous transformation into true hunters. They establish deep friendships, a deep respect for nature, and a deeper understanding of themselves and their place in the universe.

In "November," Hill remarks upon what is considered the best month of a year's various hunting seasons. Hill dreams about the ideal way to spend November, which includes stops ranging from Texas to Maine in pursuit of various game like teal, dove, black ducks, and quail. Unfortunately, Hill is but a dreamer, and such a November would have to be six weeks long. Iin...

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