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Books about Fly-Fishing, the Dartmouth Grant and Other Stuff
The Boys pass around many books on many subjects including fishing; these should be of interest to our readers.
Two chapters in The Confluence make reference to “The Witch of Coos” by Robert Frost (1922). If you have never read this eerie and fascinating poem, you can do so here. It is well worth a careful read (or two or three). Familiarity with the poem will enhance your enjoyment of The Confluence. We'd love to hear your comments about the poem.
History of the
Dartmouth College Grant and other musings
John Irving novel set, in part, in a logging camp on the Androscoggin RIver
Boy leaves home, goes fishing, and meets a cute girl. What's not to like?
A warm, humorous everyman's view of fly-fishing for trout
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