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Robert Kroetsch: Essays on His Works
These essays span the period of Kroetsch's writing. Included are previously published and new essays...
Notes of a Mediocre Man: Stories of India and America
Two brothers come to school and do nothing but tell stories. A young woman works...
Everything Reminds You of Something Else
Thin is the line between dreaming and wakefulness, wellness and disorder, here and there, this...
With its starting point in the late 1940s, Cadillac Road is the story of red-haired and fierce narrator Sharon Desjardins: from her earliest childhood memories of leaving Northern Quebec and a violent father to adventures in Buffalo and Crystal Beach with her mother and younger sister, Gloria; from dreams of escaping claustrophobic poverty in shabby Grenville to going to Toronto, mingling with high society and marrying a wealthy lawyer, having turned down local boy and first love Clinton McClary because she doesn't think he'll amount to much. Nor does she think much of her mom marrying Jimmy Dutton, a balding...

"No more pretending. Us Duttons are as good as anybody. I thought money was safety. Mom knew better. I turned my back on the one I might've loved. Clinton, I was scared to love you."
Cadillac Road

Kristin Andrychuk
Cadillac Road
The Alcoholic's Daughter
math for couples
The Midwife of Torment & Other Stories
Waiting for Stalin to Die
The House on Selkirk Avenue