Kyotopolis

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Exile Editions, Apr 1, 2009 - Drama - 164 pages
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A darkly comic and theatrical fantasia, this sequel to Big Buck City follows the continuing journeys of the First Nation families the Bucks and the Fishers. Exploring the nature of communication and the ongoing struggle Aboriginal peoples in Canada face in finding an identity, this bizarre and otherworldly drama makes use of science fiction conventions to express an indigenous worldview.

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Daniel David Moses is the author of Almighty Voice and His Wife, Big Buck City, Coyote City, Delicate Bodies, The Indian Medicine Shows, Sixteen Jesuses, and The White Line. He is the coeditor of An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English. He was appointed a Queen’s National Scholar in the department of drama at Queen’s University in 2003.

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