John J. Rowlands Writing Styles in Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods

John J. Rowlands
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Jim Rowlands is the author of Cache Lake Country, and the book is narrated from his point of view. Thus, the book is written in the first person. Jim seems to have two main aims in the book, both of which shape his perspective. First, he wants to describe life at Cache Lake in Northern Maine. Second, he wants to communicate his sense of beauty, contentment and the easy pace of life in the forests and on the lakes where he spends his days.

Regarding the first aim, Jim sets up the book such that all but the first chapter corresponds to a month of time. Jim describes the weather of each month, the common human and animal activities of those months, and he lists dangers, flora, what can be eaten, and so on. He also goes into great detail about all the tools and crafts one can...

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