Each of the main characters in these stories must deal with a personal beast which forces the character to confront a weakness, flaw, or memory. The characters must subsequently deal with the positive or negative results of the confrontation. The process of writing these stories included experimenting with different points of view, in an attempt to make the stories as credible as possible. Time was another important element in this attempt. While some stories are better situated only in the present, others need flashbacks to substantiate the character's actions and reasoning.
Thesis (M.F.A.) University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2000
Table of Contents
Hunting jackrabbits -- The first cold night -- Skinning the beast -- Fishing with Rudy.
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