The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Stories

Penguin Books, 1985 - 196 pages
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These comical Indian tales feature Silas Ermineskin, an eighteen-year-old trickster and storyteller who has a genius for irony and a talent for trouble

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"Low key, translucent, haiku-like, these glimpses into the life of today's North American Indian are mere nudges at our consciousness," said LJ's reviewer of Kinsella's fourth collection of stories of ... Consulter l'avis complet

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W.P Kinsella is one of Canad's best selling and most prolific writers. His novels and short story collections includeDance Me Outside and Shoeless Joe (Field of Dreams), both of which were made into movies, as well as The Dixon Cornbelt League, Box Socials, The Iowa Baseball Confederacy, The Winter Helen Dropped By and If Wishes Were Horses. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship and the Order of Canada. He lives in a "new" old house in British Columbia's Fraser Valley.

Thomas Kinsella is a poet and translator. Among his publications are Blood and Family, From Centre City, and a translation of The Tain (OUP).

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