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A River Runs Through It Summary

A River Runs Through It and Other Stories is a collection of short stories based on the real life experiences of the author Norman Maclean. Each story contains colorful characters that seem larger than life, especially Paul, Norman's brother, who is the focus of the title story. Life is a learning experience and the author expresses this with these stories, sharing with the reader moments in his life in which he experienced almost an epiphany of self-awareness. A River Runs Through It and Other Stories is an emotional read that will remain in the reader's thoughts long after the final sentence is done.

Norman and Paul's father is a Presbyterian preacher who is as passionate about fly fishing as he is about religion. From a young age, Norman and Paul would go fishing with their...

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