Hunting for Dad: Three Generations Take Aim at Familial Bonding

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Robert Duffer (www.robertduffer.com) is the editor of the Dads & Families section of The Good Men Project. Winner of the Chicago Public Library's writing contest, his work appears in the Chicago Tribune, MAKE Magazine, Chicago Reader, Curbside Splendor, Time Out Chicago, Chicago Public Radio, Annalemma, New City, and other coffee-table favorites like Canadian Builders Quarterly. He teaches creative writing at Columbia College Chicago and lives in the suburbs with his wife, two kids, and their minivan. Follow @DufferRobert, Google+, facebook.

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  1. Dan Flowers says:

    Great story. Hunting really is about getting down to the simplest truths of life. There is either success or failure, life or death. There are no consolation prizes. In the woods the trivial is left behind. There is a single-mindedness of purpose, shared with those around you. Hope, joy, unspoken love, and sometimes disappointment – but never for long. The experience always makes up for any lack of game on the meat-pole. To have never hunted is to have missed one of the simplest and most natural joys of life.

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