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Book details
  • Genre:ART
  • SubGenre:Individual Artists / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:35
  • eBook ISBN:9781933937748

The Song I Came to Sing

The Misadventures of Archibald Campbell

by Roderick W. MacIver

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Overview
The first in the Archibald Campbell, wild artist series, The Song I Came to Sing is based on the private journals of Archibald Campbell. He's a lover of great books, wild rivers and adventurous women. It's the whole catastrophe--the triumphs, failures, and reflections--of an artist living deep in the woods, on the fringes of our culture, and creating out of the quiet and inner turmoil he finds there. He paints nude models and paddles a wild river; in the process he experiences panic and silence.
Description
A semi-fictional work: life through the eyes of a certain wild artist and lover of wild places, wild rivers and wild women. It explores subjects such as the human connection to the natural world and the human search for meaning--but through the eyes of a character who lives on the fringes of our culture, who reads a lot, thinks a lot and who spends a lot of time wandering around in the woods and paddling rivers.
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