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BeschreibungFraser's formidable intellect, his grasp of culture, history, and the human spirit, infuse the book at every turn, and the result is a virtuoso performance.
PortraitKeath Fraser's stories and novellas have been reprinted in numerous Canadian and international anthologies. His essays on writing are reprinted in the anthologyHow Stories Mean(PQL, 1993). He is the author of two earlier acclaimed story collections, Taking Cover (Oberon, 1982) and Foreign Affairs (Stoddart, 1985). His novel, Popular Anatomy (PQL, 1995), won the 1996 Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award. He has travelled extensively throughout the world and has edited the best selling international anthologies Bad Trips (Vintage, 1991) and Worst Journeys: The Picador Book of Travel (1992). He was born and raised in Vancouver, where he lives at present, and is a director of Canada India Village Aid (CIVA).
Pressestimmen'[Fraser's] formidable intellect, his grasp of culture, history, and the human spirit, infuse the book at every turn, and the result is a virtuoso performance.' -- Eva Tihanyi Books in Canada '... a grand, erudite, complex, passionate, cerebral, multi-layered, rewarding book.' -- Gayla Reid
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PORCUPINES QUILL
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 1995
Seitenanzahl: 584 Seiten