Cabbagetown: The Classic Novel of the Depression in Canada

Front Cover
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2002 - Cabbagetown (Toronto, Ont.) - 415 pages
0 Reviews
Toronto's Cabbagetown in the Depression...North America's largest Anglo-Saxon slum. Ken Tilling leaves school to face the bleak prospects of the dirty thirties-where do you go, what do you do, how do you make a life for yourself when all the world offers in unemployment, poverty and uncertainty?"As a social document, Cabbagetown is as important and revealing as either The Tin Flute or The Grapes of Wrath. Stern realism has also projected upon the pages of a whole gallery of types, lifelike and convincing. He is well fitted to hold the mirror up to human nature." Globe and Mail.Cabbagetown was first published in an abbreviated paperback edition in 1950 and was published in its entirety in 1968. This, the first quality paperback edition, contains the full unexpurgated text of Cabbagetown.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

References to this book

Bibliographic information