Big fish : a novel of mythic proportions / by Daniel Wallace.
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- ISBN: 9781616201647
- ISBN: 1616201649
- Physical Description: viii, 194 pages : portrait ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC : Algonquin Books, 2012.
"Reader's guide and other special features inside"--Page 4 of cover.
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Day he was born -- In which he speaks to animals -- Year it snowed in Alabama -- His great promise -- My father's death: take 1 -- Girl in the river -- His quiet charm -- How he tamed the giant -- In which he goes fishing -- Day he left Ashland -- Entering a new world -- Old lady and the eye -- My father's death: take 2 -- His first great love -- His legendary legs -- In which he makes his move -- Fight -- On meeting the in-laws -- His three labors -- He goes to war -- My father's death: take 3 -- Day I was born -- How he saw me -- How he saved my life -- His immortality -- His greatest power -- In which he has a dream -- In which he buys a town, and more -- How it ends -- My father's death: take 4 -- Big fish.
Now that his father is dying, William Bloom realizes he hardly knows him, but the father is more interested in evading his questions than answering them. So Bloom reconstructs his father's life with a series of heroic tales and in the process gets to know him.
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