THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

The collision between body and soul, artfully told

By John Gregory Brown
Globe Correspondent / January 3, 2010

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Make no mistake, Jim Harrison is that rarest of literary breeds: a true-blooded man’s man of a writer, author of four decades worth of testosterone-fueled tales of fishing and fighting and fornicating, of bad-luck men who again and again hit the road in pursuit of a fate somehow better than the sorry lot they’ve thus far been granted. If Norman ... (Full article: 1010 words)

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