One Man's MeatBook - 1997
First published in 1942, this collection of essays on Maine life has been in print almost without interruption. The author began this collection as a series of pieces for Harper's Magazine when he left New York City and moved to a saltwater farm in Brooklin, Maine. His observations on town meetings, poultry, the weather, songbirds, compost, taxes, war, winter, and much more will resonate just as strongly today, to anyone attuned to Maine life, as they did half a century ago.
Publisher: Gardiner, Maine. : Tilbury House, 1997
Edition: 1st Tilbury House ed
Branch Call Number: 818 W58o 1997
Characteristics: xiv, 279 pages ; 24 cm