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If you want to read a hilarious outsider’s perspective on the culture of American hunting, check out Craig J. Heimbuch’s new book And Now We Shall Do Manly Things. It’s the story of how Heimbuch (an acquaintance of mine and a great guy) sets out to prove himself to his Midwestern family by leaving the comforts of suburbia and learning to hunt. Even seasoned sportsmen will learn a thing or two about the legacy of American hunting and how it shapes our perceptions of the land, our families, and ourselves.