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Brand: Anvil Press
Signs of the Times reunites the poetry of Bud Osborn and the woodprints of Vancouver printmaker and painter Richard Tetrault. As with their first collaboration, Oppenheimer Park, Signs of the Times is both an unflinching look at Vancouver''s Downtown Eastside and a beautiful object in its own right.
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Brand: Raincoast Books
Black is the companion volume to the author's acclaimed collection Blue. But while the previous book meditated on the author's history as a black man growing up in Nova Scotia, Black is a brutally honest look at the present and future. Inspired by George's time as a professor in North Carolina in the late 1990s, the book uses vivid images and surprising juxtapositions to riff on the experiences of a black man living with political and personal outrage.
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Brand: Goose Lane Editions
Beth E. Janzen explores the seductions and abductions of a self under the spell of fierce enchantments: physical and metaphysical, both blessing and curse. In The Enchanted House, she constructs stories of interiority in the house of the psyche, the body, the book. Rigorous in curiosity and intellect, Janzen's poems are a delicate conversation between the truth of things as they are and the truth of things as they are imagined.
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Brand: Bayeux Arts
81 oil paintings by one of Western Canada's finest painters a very embodiment of Canada's West
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Brand: University Press of Mississippi
A search for the sense of identity in the works of fourteen Canadian women writers
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Brand: Polestar Book Publishers % LPC
The legend of Beatrice Cenci has intrigued writers such as Antonin Artaud, Stendhal, Mary Shelley, Alexandre Dumas, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Robert Browning, and Kathy Acker. In Beatrice Chancy, a verse play set in Nova Scotia in 1819, Clarke boldly reimagines Beatrice as the daughter of a white master and a black slave.
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Brand: House of Anansi Press
Nicole Brossard's fiction and poetry have been lauded as equal parts experimental and sensual, and Museum of Bone and Water continues this tradition. Drawing from Virginia Woolf and Jorge Luis Borges, this collection of poems investigates intimate bodily realms to probe questions of who we are and what we desire. Positing the body as a museum, the poems illuminate the human condition by way of fingers, lips, and organs, finding meaning in them as one might a painting.
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Brand: Brick Books
Poetry. Instructions: An elimination dance begins with a crowded dance floor. At a signal, the band stops playing and the announcer reads an elimination, say, Any lover who has gone into a flower shop on Valentine''s Day and asked for clitoris when he meant clematis. Any dancer answering this description must sit down, and his partner is also disqualified. The process continues (e.g. Any person who has burst into tears at the Liquor Control Board ) until a single couple remains.
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Brand: University of Toronto Press
Considers the contemporary movement of writing in the feminine, by examining the work of five women writers from French and English Canada and the dialogue therein with feminist and psychoanalytic theory and theories of ethics.
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Brand: University of Toronto Press
In the early 1960s, Northrop Frye began keeping notebooks with the aim of creating a critical epic that he referred to as the ''Third Book''. Although ultimately abandoned, the ''Third Book'' remains an essential component of Frye''s works.
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