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

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The Watermelon Works

The Watermelon Works is the factory where sugar is refined from wartermelons and "work[ed] into the shape of this thing that we have: our lives."

Klamath River

The Klamath River in the Northwest where the narrator in Trout Fishing in America likes to fish.

iDEATH

iDEATH is the place where inBOIL, a raucous trouble-maker, lives with his gang friends until they get angry and go to live near the Forgotten Works that the narrator of Trout Fishing in America describes as "a big place, much bigger than we are."

San Francisco Chronicle

Subscription receipts from the San Francisco Chronicle are scattered by the thousands around an old abandoned house in the California bush where the narrator of Trout Fishing in America holes up for a while.

Worsewick

Worsewick Hot Springs is where the narrator and his female companion stop to get into a hot...

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