Edited by David Petersen. This collection of essays was written by hunters who ponder the deeper meaning and ethics behind the sport. The editor's intent is to encourage understanding among non-hunters while raising the awareness of hunters as well. It consists of 41 essays by such famous authors as Edward Abbey, Thomas McGuane, Jim Fergus, Ted Kerasote, Barry Lopez and even former president Jimmy Carter. Many write about western deer hunting, but others explore the almost spiritual experience hunting produces. The power and eloquence of this book's words have helped change the minds of many non-hunters. Published in 1997. 352 Pages - Hardcover.
Publisher: Owl Books Date of Publication: 1997 Number of Pages: 352
Summary of Material:
A collection of 41 essays by people who hunt or who have hunted. Each essay considers the ethics involved in hunting. Authors include Edward Abbey, A.B. Guthrie Jr, Jimmy Carter and Thomas McGuane.
6" x 9" softbound
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