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The novel is divided into eighteen short chapters. The story is recounted by the protagonist, Will Sampson, in an amiable, conversational fashion, with frequent flashbacks to earlier portions of his life. The novel begins with an encounter between Will and Harlen Bigbear.
Harlen is an entrepreneur who has set Will up in his own photography business. Harlen is much more dynamic than the stolid Will, and he lives life at a faster and more stressful pace.
These are hinted at as Will remembers contemplating letters written Medicine river ago by his long-vanished father to his mother, Rose. Rose catches Will reading the letters and reprimands him.
Will realizes that his life will remain unsettled until he comes to terms with the enigma of his father. Harlen speaks to Will again soon after.
Will is skeptical, doubting his own ability. His brother James, a gifted artist, seems to have all the talent in the family, whereas Will sees himself as merely an ordinary person who somehow muddles through life. Notwithstanding his fears, Will agrees to join the team. At forty, he is not exactly in championship-quality shape.
Yet with the help of some coaxing from Harlen, he fits well onto the team. He points out that Louise Heavyman, who is the tax accountant for both men, is an attractive woman. None too subtly, Harlen urges Will to court Louise. Will is almost persuaded when, shockingly, he learns that Louise is pregnant by another man and is about to give birth.
Whereas most men would be dissuaded at this point, Will takes the news in stride. He asks Louise for a date, not even mentioning her condition. Soon, Louise calls Will to drive her to the hospital when her labor begins.
There seems to be an unspoken understanding between Will and Louise that, despite the unusual circumstances of The entire section is words.
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The Little Medicine Bow actually starts in the Laramie Range, flowing south to join the Medicine Bow River north of the town.
The Medicine Bow River starts in Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest land, but most of this river is on private land. Access is possible on some ranches by obtaining permission.
His first novel, Medicine River (), received considerable critical praise, and was made into a CBC film. The novel was runner-up for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize. The novel was runner-up for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize. Medicine River chronicles the lives of a group of contemporary Native Americans in Western Canada.
The novel is divided into eighteen short chapters. The story is recounted by the protagonist.