By: Robert Finch (Author)
Cape Cod Notebook is a collection of more than 50 exquisitely crafted radio essays, these short but poetic gems celebrate unique aspects of life on Cape Cod, especially the relationship between humanity and the natural world.
Entranced by the island's riches, Robert Finch takes the reader on a journey through the seasons in many well-known and beloved essays – including "Beach Ball", "Sea Dawn", "A Gratuity", "The Fish That Wouldn't Die", "The Old Shell Game", and "Fire and Music" – that have the power to immediately connect the reader with the natural world of this region and that speak to the mysterious qualities of this peninsula that have drawn people to it for centuries.
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