Lisa Eckert, professor of English at Montana State University, will lead the discussion about the narratives of fly fishing that will hook those who like good literature as well as those who fish.
"Some of the discussion will focus on the metaphorical presence of the river (obviously a crucial part of many good fishing stories) and the characters that are drawn to it (the two-legged, pole handling kind) with an emphasis on gendered imagery," Eckert said. Among the works to be discussed include "The River Why," by David James Duncan, "A River Runs Through It" and "A Different Angle: Fly Fishing Stories by Women."
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