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Mavis Gallant’s “Siegfried’s Memoirs” (1982)

2017-12-03T17:07:24+00:00

Continuing in the vein of "From Gamut to Yalta" and "Dido Flute, Spouse to Europe", in only four pages, Mavis Gallant presents a cursory view of a life. Background music for Siegfried and Charles Although ostensibly an exercise in objectivity, a writer's imagined review of a man's memoirs,

Mavis Gallant’s “Siegfried’s Memoirs” (1982) 2017-12-03T17:07:24+00:00

Non-Fiction November Week Four: Favourites

2017-11-22T11:52:25+00:00

2017’s Nonfiction November is hosted by Katie at Doing Dewey, Lory at Emerald City Book Review, Julie at Julz Reads, and Kim at Sophisticated Dorkiness! This week's focus is non-fiction favourites, hosted by Katie at Doing Dewey. What makes a book you’ve read one of your favorites. Is the topic pretty much all that matters? Are there particular

Non-Fiction November Week Four: Favourites 2017-11-22T11:52:25+00:00

Mavis Gallant’s “Dido Flute, Spouse to Europe” (1980)

2017-11-21T15:23:52+00:00

Presented as the "Addenda to a Major Biography", noted to be nearly 1000 pages long, these three pages are not a typical short story. Readers are left to assemble their impressions of Dido based on fragments of a relationship which occupied only a fragment of her life from a relational

Mavis Gallant’s “Dido Flute, Spouse to Europe” (1980) 2017-11-21T15:23:52+00:00

Andrée A. Michaud’s Boundary (2014; 2017)

2017-11-17T17:23:26+00:00

Boundaries and borders, between countries and between stages of life: Andrée A. Michaud's Boundary darts across the dotted lines, back and forth, sedately in one moment and chillingly the next. Because the story revolves around the murders of two young women in the small community of Bondrée, questions of

Andrée A. Michaud’s Boundary (2014; 2017) 2017-11-17T17:23:26+00:00

David Denchuk’s The Bone Mother (2017)

2017-11-17T17:22:14+00:00

Like David Chariandry's Brother, The Bone Mother is preoccupied with the power of storytelling, with the particular significance of telling one's own story. The stories in David Demchuk's book are told simply, in a fable-like tone, with clarity and attention to detail. They are linked, but not in a

David Denchuk’s The Bone Mother (2017) 2017-11-17T17:22:14+00:00