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The River Why - Book Two, The Undoing of Scientific Angler: I Reckon and Anamnesis Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, The Undoing of Scientific Angler: I Reckon and Anamnesis Summary

When Gus wakes up again, it's 8:45, but he's not sure if it's day or night. He doesn't eat for three days before he finally has some breakfast. Taking this as a good sign, Gus bundles up and goes outside to see the natural surroundings with which he is so familiar. Instead of fishing, however, he takes in the scenery in a much more contemplative manner since, as he feels, another fisherman is dead. He feels he has some rudimentary philosophical foundation and starts to contemplate what a pathetic lot fishermen are, they who just destroy, deceive, and torment the very things they swear to love.

Looking through his father's past publications and other important fishing publications, he searches for some references towards death...

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