Colin Fletcher’s The Man Who Walked Through Time is structured around a series of recognitions about the world around him on his journey afoot through the Grand Canyon. These realizations are related around a logical structure, moving from the earth, to the variety of life forms found in the Grand Canyon, to humankind. This structure of the book makes for a convenient way to approach a discussion of the narrative.
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