One of humanity's oldest activities, fishing has a deep historical and cultural significance. Whether as a professional activity or as a holiday fun, fishing has been the subject of several pieces of literature. In this book, the critic August Nemo selected seven stories about fishing for your amusement.
This book contains:
— Two Friends by Guy de Maupassant.
— A Daughter Of Albion by Anton Chekhov.
— On Dry Cow Fishing as a Fine Art by Rudyard Kipling.
— The Angler by Washington Irving.
— Fisherman's Luck by Henry van Dyke.
— The Fisherman of Pass Christian by Alice Dunbar-Nelson.
— The Fish by Anton Chekhov.