Description - Deep Enough for Ivorybills by James Kilgo
Deep Enough for Ivorybills is a powerful, thoughtful collection of autobiographical writings about James Kilgo's hunting and fishing excursions in the woods, fields, and swamps of South Carolina and Georgia. Portraying a world both visceral and majestic, Deep Enough for Ivorybills establishes Kilgo not only in the sporting lineage of Robert Ruark and William Faulkner but also in the naturalist tradition of Annie Dillard and Loren Eisley.
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(216mm x 139mm x mm)
University of Georgia Press
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Author Biography - James Kilgo
James Kilgo (1941-2002) was a member of the University of Georgia English department faculty for over thirty years and director of the creative writing program from 1994 to 1996. His books include "Daughter of My People," "Deep Enough for Ivorybills," "Colors of Africa," and "Inheritance of Horses" (all Georgia).