The Iambics Of Newfoundland

by Robert Finch

The Iambics Of Newfoundland

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After spending the greater part of a decade travelling around the island of Newfoundland at the edge of North America,' beloved nature writer Robert Finch chronicles the people, geography and wildlife of this remote and lovely place in The Iambics of Newfoundland. From the cliffs of Cape Spear overlooking the Atlantic, the beaches of Sandy Cove and the steep streets of St. John's, Finch brings to life a wide array of characters - newcomers and old timers, fisherman, hunters and hitchhikers - and an island tucked between provinces and culture.'
About the book

After spending the greater part of a decade travelling around the island of Newfoundland at the edge of North America,' beloved nature writer Robert Finch chronicles the people, geography and wildlife of this remote and lovely place in The Iambics of Newfoundland. From the cliffs of Cape Spear overlooking the Atlantic, the beaches of Sandy Cove and the steep streets of St. John's, Finch brings to life a wide array of characters - newcomers and old timers, fisherman, hunters and hitchhikers - and an island tucked between provinces and culture.'