A Fine and Pleasant Misery – Hardcover, by Pat McManus
McManus, who wrote monthly for Field & Stream, writes about camping, hiking and hunting in the droll, exaggerated way that was made famous by Mark Twain. In all, 27 cautionary cases and prescriptions are served up in this book. For example: What is the proper procedure when lost in the woods? Contrary to popular opinion, McManus maintains that one SHOULD give way to panic, and gives various genres: modified stationary panic, full-bore linear panic, etc.
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