A Listening Walk --and Other Stories Topics for Discussion

Gene Hill
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How does Gene Hill defend hunting and the owning of firearms against those who feel firearms are dangerous and should be banned or controlled, and those who feel hunting is cruel?

What are the characteristics of the ideal hunter's wife for Hill?

How does Hill assess his own skills as a hunter? How does he justify this skill level to himself and to his readers?

Why does Hill treat salmon fishing like a religious pilgrimage? What is so special about the Atlantic salmon?

What is Hill's impression of hunting in Africa? What does he take away from his trip there?

What is a "Responsible Sportsman" in Hill's estimation?

Why is time spent lost in the woods, or time spent waiting all day for a fish to bite, valuable to Hill?

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