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One Man's Island
One Man's Island
Author: Caskie Stinnett
Although "a Virginian by birth and quite possibly by nature," Caskie Stinnett admits to a fierce and possessive fondness for the State of Maine. And his writings go a long way toward explaining why, of all the places he has lived in or visited, Maine is by far his favorite corner of the world. There is a certain intensity to island life, he writ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780892722488
ISBN-10: 0892722487
Pages: 187
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Publisher: Down East Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Reflections on Maine life - from slightly offshore

Caskie Stinnett admits to a fierce and possessive fondness for the State of Mine. And his writings go a long way toward explaining why, of all the places he has lived in or visited, Maine is f=by far his favorite corner of the world. This remarkable collection of essays on Maine life was written from the vantage point of small Hamloaf Island, where he keeps a seasonal home.


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