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Louise Jarvis FlynnO’Neill casts a mold of the Yukon landscape before nature takes back the last human footprint. He reintroduces us to our more resourceful selves, and reminds us that some people — nutty as they may seem — actually want to live those bumper sticker slogans on beat-up Volvos. To O’Neill, it’s only fair to leave the scrappy individualists to their hidey-huts and fish wheels, their trapping lines and birch canoes, not only for their sake but for ours: to leave a little something for the American imagination, an elemental way of life that is lonely and lovely and very nearly gone.
— The New York Times