Remembering Dud Dean: Arthur Macdougall's Famous Tales of Everybody's Favorite Maine Guide (Hardback)Walter Macdougall (compiler)
Hardback 252 Pages / Published: 01/01/2002
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A fictional Maine guide who won many friends and admirers through the pages of Field and Stream magazine in the 1920s and '30s, Dud Dean is very much a product of his creator, Arthur Macdougall. Arthur was an avid outdoorsman and a minister in Bingham, Maine, a tiny town perched on the northern reaches of the mighty Kennebec River. This book includes many of the best of Dud Dean from Field and Stream, and some stories that have never before been published.Walter Macdougall, Arthur's son, describes the birth of the Dud Dean stories in his introduction to the book: Dud Dean and his adventures first took life in what our family called 'the study camp.' It sat perched on a steep bank above the water -- as far from our family quarters on Wyman Lake as our limited property would allow. There in the camp's cozy smallness my father, Arthur Macdougall, . . . crafted these classic hunting and fishing tales. Readers of these humorous yet poignant tales will step into a simpler world for a time.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 252
Weight: 503 g
Dimensions: 235 x 162 x 23 mm
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