A Hunter's Heart: Honest Essays on Blood Sport
Without apology, the voices here speak of the verities of the hunt, our connections to the land, and the ethics of blood sport, with essays by the best writers in the field: Edward Abbey, Rick Bass, Tom Beck, Jimmy Carter, Jim Fergus, Barry Lopez, Peter Matthiessen, Tom McGuane, Richard K. Nelson, David Peterson, and Terry Tempest Williams.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published September 15th 1997 by Holt Paperbacks
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Whether you're against hunting, for it, or indifferent, the short stories in this book provide some rare insight into why we hunt. Unlike author's who write with a like-minded audience in mind, those chosen for this collection seem to be trying to reach a broad audience of nature-lovers, anti-hunters, and hunters alike.
Remarkable collection of short stories and narratives from some of the best outdoor writers practicing the craft. It provides a lot of insights into why I, and others hunt. While I may not agree with every premise discussed, every author makes me think. And I become a more thoughtful hunter as a result.
Short stories and essays about hunting and wildlife. Very inspirational, emotional, spiritual and enlightening. Recommend to those who love wildlife and have an interest in hunting or even if you don't, offers insight into the heart and mind of a hunter/wildlife enthusiast.