Duncan, David James.
Adult Nonfiction TD170.3 .D86 2001
Summary: Duncan, an award-winning author, blends his contemplative and activist voices to explore the rivers that touch his life and to defend the sacred cultures and fauna that living waters sustain. He dissects destructive environmental and industrial policies, looking at bankrupted fishing towns and the fight to save wild salmon, and ponders wading as pilgrimage, industrial creeks as blues tunes, and rivers as prayer wheels. Duncan is the author of two novels, a joint memoir, and a collection of stories. Both novels won the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award. c. Book News Inc.
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