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  • Draft No. 4: On the Writing Process | John McPhee

    Draft No. 4: On the Writing Process

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By John McPhee
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    Draft No. 4 is an elucidation of the writer's craft by a master practitioner. In a series of playful but expertly wrought essays, John McPhee shares insights he's gathered over his career and refined during his long-running course at Princeton University, where he has launched some of the most esteemed writers of several generations. McPhee offers a definitive guide to the crucial decisions regarding structure, diction, and tone that shape nonfiction pieces and presents extracts from some of his best-loved work, subjecting them to wry scrutiny.

    Darwin8u says: "McPhee is the Craft"
  • Uncommon Carriers | John McPhee

    Uncommon Carriers

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By John McPhee
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    From Pulitzer Prize-winner John McPhee, author of The Founding Fish, comes the fascinating story of an often overlooked, yet vitally important part of America. This first-hand account of the transportation sector features evocative portraits of the men and women who deliver our consumer and industrial goods.

    Stacey says: "Entertaining!"
  • The Founding Fish | John McPhee

    The Founding Fish

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By John McPhee
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    Few fish are as beloved, or as obsessed over, as the American shad. Although shad spend most of their lives in salt water, they enter rivers by the hundreds of thousands in the spring and swim upstream heroic distances in order to spawn, then return to the ocean.

    Darwin8u says: "Read and released."
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