Edward Hoagland (born December 21, 1932 in New York, New York, United States) is an author best known for his nature and travel writing.
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“We New Yorkers see more death and violence than most soldiers do, grow a thick chitin on our backs, grimace like a rat and learn to do a disappearing act. Long ago we outgrew the need to be blowhards about our masculinity; we leave that to the Alaskans and Texans, who have more time for it.”
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