Richard Brautigan's Trout Fishing in America ; the Pill Versus the Springhill Mine Disaster ; and, in Watermelon Sugar - Trout Fishing in America Summary & Analysis

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Trout Fishing in America Summary

The chapters in this section range in length from a couple of pages to a couple of paragraphs. The first 19 chapters cover 42 pages. In some cases, the titles of the chapters are almost as long as the chapters themselves, as in "The Last Year the Trout Came Up Hayman Creek" (Chapter 14, pg. 27-28) and "Trout Fishing in America with the FBI" (Chapter 19, pg. 41-42.) This is a summary of the first 19 chapters from "The Cover for Trout Fishing in America" through "Trout Fishing in America with the FBI."

In Chapter 1, The Cover for Trout Fishing in America, Brautigan describes the cover photograph in which he is posed in front of a statue of Benjamin Franklin with a young woman wearing a colorful bandana on her head. He says the photo was taken one afternoon in Washington Square...

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