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Going to Grandma's

Donald Davis

Old Man Hawkins was a larger-than-life character among deer hunters, or—more precisely—among tellers and hearers of tall tales. His self-proclaimed method of hunting deer by holding a mirror in one hand and his rifle in the other—pointing backward over a shoulder—was, he said, “to be fair to the deer.” It was a story, Davis tells us, that would occupy his father on the drive to Grandma’s house.

Old Man Hawkins was a larger-than-life character among deer hunters, or—more precisely—among tellers and hearers of tall tales. His self-proclaimed method of hunting deer by holding a mirror in one hand and his rifle in the other—pointing backward over a shoulder—was, he said, “to be fair to the deer.” It was a story, Davis tells us, that would occupy his father on the drive to Grandma’s house.
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Genres:

Fiction

Description:

Old Man Hawkins was a larger-than-life character among deer hunters, or—more precisely—among tellers and hearers of tall tales. His self-proclaimed method of hunting deer by holding a mirror in one hand and his rifle in the other—pointing backward over a shoulder—was, he said, “to be fair to the deer.” It was a story, Davis tells us, that would occupy his father on the drive to Grandma’s house.

Language:

English

Length:

56m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

28:32


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

18:28


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

09:29