One Man's Meat - Once More to the Lake, Fall, Memorandum, Coon Hunt and Intimations Summary & Analysis

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Once More to the Lake, Fall, Memorandum, Coon Hunt and Intimations Summary and Analysis

White recalls summer trips with his family to a lake in Maine where they would spend every month of August. White attempts to recreate the same scenario for his own son as a time for bonding and White finds himself responding and acting like his own father must have done many years ago. White is both perplexed and pleased that on a trip where he hopes to discover more about his son, he finds his in his own actions.

In Fall, it is now September of 1941 and White recounts events that have happened this year in his small town in Maine. It was a good year for potatoes and White's crop produces thirty-eight bushels. White also fondly recalls the county fair...

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