Books by Mark Browning

Released: April 1, 1998

"Interspersed with these scholarly chapters are —interludes— about Browning's own fishing experiences."
paper 0-8214-1219-1 Fishing, particularly fly fishing, writes Browning, "seems to hold a disproportionate place" in North American letters In this thoughtful, penetrating, but dissertation-like look at the literature of fly-fishing, the author notes that fishermen who write can be likened to our ancient ancestors, "who blazoned portrayals of the hunt on the walls of . . . caves." Read full book review >