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The River Why - Book One, The Compleat Angler: The Great Izaak Walton Conversy: the Parental Version and The Great Izaak Walton Controversy: My Own Rendition Summary & Analysis

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Book One, The Compleat Angler: The Great Izaak Walton Conversy: the Parental Version and The Great Izaak Walton Controversy: My Own Rendition Summary

H20 is a devout fly-fisherman, and as Gus points out, his devotion to fly-fishing parallels that of a religious convert. Just like a strong religious convert, he feels that it is his life mission to find other people to convert to his new religion. In this way, H20 is a prolific writer for fly-fishing and considered a brilliant fisherman by other fly-fishing purists.

The day after Gus is born, H20 attends a conference about Izaak Walton, a famous fisherman whose book The Compleat Angler is a staple for anyone who loves to fly-fish. During the conference, H20 is suddenly inspired to...

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