People You'd Trust Your Life To: Stories

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McClelland & Stewart, 1990 - Fiction - 193 pages
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Completed shortly before her early death, Bronwen Wallace did not live to see the publication of this, her only book of fiction. Capturing the moment when her unique talent blossomed in a new direction, this new edition of her life-affirming, universal stories will allow her to be read by a another generation of readers. Wallace’s poetry and short stories have been anthologized, and have appeared in periodicals across the country. She won a National Magazine Award, the Pat Lowther Award, the Du Maurier Award for Poetry, and in 1989 she was named Regional Winner of the Commonwealth Poetry Prize in the U.K.

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A collection of short stories by a Canadian poet and author who died in her thirties. Each story is a well-polished gem and leaves the reader with the same feeling of satisfaction as a good novel. I ... Read full review

Contents

HEART OF MY HEART
1
CHICKEN W RIBS
15
FASHION ACCENTS
35
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