Skookum Wawa: writings of the Canadian Northwest
Gary Geddes presents the idioms and images of the Canadian Northwest through the work of some seventy writers associated with the region, and many photographers. Here is not only a portrait of its people, spirit, and landscape, but a rich variety of memorable literature in striking display.
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Lots of good local fictionalized and non fiction humour, drama, dreams in this gem. flavoured with smoked sockeye, cedar swamps, and the souls of trilliums, skunk cabbages, wild roses, and bleeding hearts.
Kingdom of Ten Thousand Things: An Impossible Journey from Kabul to Chiapas
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landscape Charles Lillard
1 Andreas Schroeder
at nootka sound Susan Musgrave
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The Antigonish Review: Allan Brown
The best known anthology from this period is probably Gary Geddes's Skookum Wawa; Writings of the Canadian Northwest (Oxford, 1976), in part, I suspect, ...
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