September 1988
New Yorker;9/12/88, Vol. 64 Issue 30, p29
Relates the author's visit in Cut Bank, Montana. Description of the sceneries in Cut Bank, Montana; Author's recollection of his childhood memories in Cut Bank, Montana; Author's description of the events that he has attended during his vacation in Montana.


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