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Tales from the Edge of the Woods ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Tales from the Edge of the Woods By Willem Lange ⚣ – Thomashillier.co.uk A quiet quest for meaning in a rugged physical and psychic terrain A quiet quest for meaning in the Edge Epub Ü a rugged physical and psychic terrain.


10 thoughts on “Tales from the Edge of the Woods

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    I was introduced to Willem Lange s writing at the annual Snow Walkers meeting in Fairlee, VT where he gave a couple of readings from this book Like many of the other men there, he was bearded and wool clad and had a fatherly, almost totemic, presence This is a delightful book full of local New England wit and lore Like myself, Willem Lange is a fellow New Hampshire import and he lives about an hour away from me It s a comfort to think about his close proximityit s like having my own New E I was introduced to Willem Lange s writing at the annual Snow Walkers meeting in Fairlee, VT where he gave a couple of readings from this book Like many of the other men there, he was bearded and wool clad and had a fatherly, almost totemic, presence This is a delightful book full of local New England wit and lore Like myself, Willem Lange is a fellow New Hampshire import and he lives about an hour away from me It s a comfort to think about his close proximityit s like having my own New England safety blanket of sanity and reason close by just in case I need it


  2. Risa Hunter Risa Hunter says:

    I loved the snapshots of New England life and the emotions I felt reading this book.


  3. Abigail Earle Abigail Earle says:

    I have heard Willem s Favor Johnson story told on VPR at Christmas time nearly every year of my life This book includes that story and manyabout the people and places in New England in the 50s and on Many of his small snippets perfect for those of us who are constantly having to put down and pick up books make you nostalgic for a time that was simpler when deer camp was a yearly ritual and there were people who actually knew how to build things for themselves instead of buying them I have heard Willem s Favor Johnson story told on VPR at Christmas time nearly every year of my life This book includes that story and manyabout the people and places in New England in the 50s and on Many of his small snippets perfect for those of us who are constantly having to put down and pick up books make you nostalgic for a time that was simpler when deer camp was a yearly ritual and there were people who actually knew how to build things for themselves instead of buying them It s not my generation, and perhaps not even that on my parents, but it is somehow this primal instinct in my Vermont grown bones to understand Or maybe it s just my fond memories of stories passed on to me from my grandparents Either way, I loved this simple step back in time I love thinking about my native land not so much as a tourist attraction or beer factory don t get me wrong I love those things too but thinkingabout the land and the people who inhabited that land in the days when shoveling your own snow and splitting your own winter wood were just parts of every day life I think anyone in this modern iPhone based culture could use a little break to harken back to where we were just a few generations ago, and Willem s writing is perfect for that


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