Say My Name: The Memoirs of Charlie Louie

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Ekstasis Editions, 2000 - Fiction - 126 pages
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Say My Name recovers the lost voice of a young Cowichan man who took his own life. In a sometimes disturbing story laced with humour, he speaks of the terrible sadness - but also the great tenacity - of a people too often invisible in an unsympathetic world.
 

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
15
Section 3
20
Section 4
24
Section 5
29
Section 6
33
Section 7
41
Section 8
44
Section 17
76
Section 18
80
Section 19
85
Section 20
91
Section 21
94
Section 22
98
Section 23
100
Section 24
104

Section 9
47
Section 10
51
Section 11
54
Section 12
58
Section 13
61
Section 14
66
Section 15
69
Section 16
72
Section 25
107
Section 26
109
Section 27
112
Section 28
117
Section 29
120
Section 30
122
Section 31
125
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About the author (2000)

Linda Rogers and her husband, Rick perform songs and stories at schools, libraries and festivals all over the map. They have four children and two grandchildren. Linda writes adult fiction and poetry and teaches Creative Writing at Camosun College and on line at "Writers in Electronic Residence," which links up young writers across the country.

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