Wild by Norman Maclean
Stories of Survival From The World's Most Dangerous Places (Adrenaline)

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The wilderness-forest, desert, glacier, jungle-has been the scene of the past century's most exciting stories, inspiring many of its greatest writers, including Jack London, Norman Maclean, Evelyn Waugh, Redmond O'Hanlon, Sir Wilfred Thesiger, H.M. Tomlinson and Algernon Blackwood.

Selections from these authors' most gripping works are delivered by equally compelling narration producing an audiobook experience ideal for people who are fascinated by the beauty, insight and danger that awaits us all in the wild.


About Norman Maclean

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Norman Maclean (1902-1990), woodsman, scholar, teacher, and storyteller, grew up in the Western Rocky Mountains of Montana and worked for many years in logging camps and for the United States Forestry Service before beginning his academic career. He was the William Rainey Harper Professor of English at the University of Chicago until 1973.
Published August 10, 2000 by Listen & Live Audio.
Genres: History, Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Oregon Live

Unlike Maclean's characters, who see God in the beauty of their Montana river, Larison's are trying to live in a place the rest of the world wants to use up.

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At 26, feeling she has nothing left to lose, Strayed decides to hike the Pacific Crest Trail alone, shrinking her life down to what she describes as a path “two feet wide and 2,663 miles long.” Wild is her memoir.

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