Year of publication: 2009
Tony Burgess PONTYPOOL CHANGES EVERYTHING A Novel For my girls Camille and Rachel with gratitude to Bruce McDonald ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Rachel Jones, who makes everything possible. I love you. Everyone at ECW and Shadow Shows. My brother Bruce McDonald. Griffin, who laughs at Camille. And Camille, who loves boobs-stickin-out Barbie. Importantly, for support: Jane, Kate, Tim, Barb, Andrew, Kelly, AJ, Jesse, Krista, Susan, David, Pia, John Edith, Pat, Bruce, Erica, Paige, Emily, Jake, and my dear ...
Keywords: Canadian Fiction City and Town Life - Canada Viruses Zombies
Year of publication: 101
Don Gutteridge Governing Passion ONE The three Cavaliers, as they dubbed themselves, werehaving a somewhat quiet evening at Madame LaFrances bordello. Oneof the better things about Madames establishment was that you hada wide choice of gentlemanly pleasures to while away a snowyevening in early March of 1841. There was always, of course,several young women happy to follow you up the carpeted stairs toone of the cramped but well-swept cubicles where a fellows lustsand fancies could be stoked or ...
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Year of publication: 101
Don Gutteridge Minor Corruption ONE Toronto: September 1840 So youre finally gonna let me have a peek at thelegendary Uncle Seamus Beth said to Marc as the brand-newbrougham veered off Brock Street north onto the bush-path thatmeandered its way up to Spadina House. Marc gave eighteen-month-old Maggie an extradandle on his right knee and responded to his wifes remark in asimilar bantering tone: Its not as if weve been hiding him undera bushel, and the dear fellow cant help it if his antics have ...
Keywords: a marc edwards mystery abortion canadian mystery series colonial history illegal abortion mystery set in canada toronto
Year of publication: 2005
Rust and Bone Stories by Craig Davidson To Mom and Dad More Praise for Rust and Bone Like a gleeful bull in the china shop of staid and worthy CanLit, Davidson is defining his own literary identity by shattering conventions. National Post Rust and Bone is a superb collection from a young writer who already feels fully formed. The stories give off an air of confidence, the kind of confidence one expects in the works of veterans like Alice Munro or William Trevor, as if Davidson is fully aware of ...
Keywords: Canadian Fiction General Literary Criticism Short Stories