One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey - Study Guide Going In Summary & Analysis

Sam Kieth
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Sam Keith writes "One Man's Wilderness, An Alaskan Odyssey" from daily journals of Dick Proenneke about his Alaskan wilderness cabin building experience. This book is the account of Sam's respected and dedicated friend who he meets in 1952 when living in Alaska for three years. Sam Keith turns the daily journals of his friend into a lively study of one man's successful journey to survive and thrive in the Alaskan wilderness.

The letter Dick is anxiously waiting for finally arrives from Babe Alsworth. Dick stays with Spike and Hope Carrithers at Sawmill Lake on Kodiak where he is doing odd jobs. Previously he stays at their wilderness cabin in the Twin Lakes region. They offer to let him use it and their tools and canoe until he builds his own. Dick's visits there encourage and persuade him to launch his own wilderness adventure. Dick...

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