Fisherman's luck and some other uncertain things
This antiquarian volume contains an interesting, general discussion about fishing and the many novelties, delights, and vicissitudes that accompany this most ancient pursuit. Written in simple, plain language and full of interesting ideas and aphoristic comments, this text will greatly appeal to those with a keen interest in fishing, and it makes for a lovely addition to collections of related literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Fisherman's Luck', 'The Thrilling Moment', 'Talkability', 'A Wild Strawberry', 'Lovers and Landscape', 'A Fatal Success', 'Fishing in Books', 'A Norwegian Honeymoon', 'Who Owns The Mountains', 'The Open Fire', et cetera. This text is being republished now complete with a specially commissioned introduction on the history of fishing.