Bread and Salt

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Talonbooks, 1996 - Poetry - 110 pages
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In this her first book of ?prosaics,” Renee Rodin discovers a home in the wilderness surrounding her. Pieced together from childhood memories of Montreal, dreams of her mother's towering absence, long distance calls with her father, street politics and the joy of children, Bread and Salt, what you bring for luck to a new house, is a joyous affirmation of vision and courage in hard times.

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Contents

Section 1
28
Section 2
35
Section 3
42
Section 4
43
Section 5
53
Section 6
73
Section 7
74
Section 8
88
Section 9
98
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About the author (1996)

Renee Rodin Writer, visual artist, and cultural worker Renee Rodin was born and raised in Montreal. Her writing has appeared in numerous periodicals, and her visual work, generally photographic, has been displayed widely. Her piece in the exhibitionFear of Others-Art Against Racism toured North America in 1990. Renee Rodin Writer, visual artist, and cultural worker Renee Rodin was born and raised in Montreal. Her writing has appeared in numerous periodicals, and her visual work, generally photographic, has been displayed widely. Her piece in the exhibitionFear of Others-Art Against Racism toured North America in 1990.

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