A Beginner's Faith in Things Unseen

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In A Beginner's Faith in Things Unseen John Hay writes from the vantage point of eighty, and like no other American writer on what he calls "the real world." Hay returns to memories of a boyhood divided between Manhattan and the deep woods of Sunapee New Hampshire, to a time when he knew "one should always be outdoors, with the unregistered and the unsigned." He writes with precision and beauty of pilot whale strandings on Cape Cod's Outer Beach - and of the attendant human confusion and greed - and on the sweep of a ...

A Beginner's Faith in Things Unseen 1996, Beacon Press, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780807085332

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A Beginner's Faith in Things Unseen 1995, Beacon Press, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780807085325

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