Up a Creek, with a Paddle: Tales of Canoeing and Life

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Up a Creek, With a Paddle is an intimate and often humorous memoir by the author of Lies My Teacher Told Me, James W. Loewen, who holds the distinction of being the best-selling living sociologist today. Rivers are good metaphors for life, and paddling for living. In this little book, Loewen skillfully makes these connections without sermonizing, resulting in nuggets of wisdom about how to live, how to act meaningfully, and perhaps how to die. Loewen also returns to his life's work and gently addresses the origins of ...

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    • Publisher: Independent Publishers Group (Chicago Review Press)
    • Print ISBN: 9781629638270, 1629638277
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    • Edition: 2020
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