Watching the Road

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Killick Press, 2008 - Fiction - 167 pages
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In this impressive collection of fourteen short stories, the poor and blue-collar characters dig only at the surface of their conflicts. That is until they stumble upon a defining moment that heightens their self-awareness, and for better or worse causes them to re-examine who they are. In the end, they can only live with the choices they've already made and keep watching the road ahead. They inhabit the tiny outport of Bluff Harbour and the larger, neighbouring town of Millbrook, places that which a world that Stringer himself grew up in. It's just close enough to St. John's to catch its ripples of modernization as the last generation of traditional fishermen fade away.

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Contents

Keepsake
1
The Plot
17
The Court Jester
43
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Lee Stringer grew up in the outport of Little Hearts Ease (although he says that his grandparent's home of Southport had a greater influence on his writing), but currently resides in Clarenville with his wife and son.

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