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|Format: ||Hardback, 144 pages|
|Published In: ||Canada, 01 December 1998|
Written in an appropriately clear and lucid style, Grass Castles evokes nostalgia for simpler times, simpler lives. But the human emotions explored in Jackie Flanagan's characters reveal men and women, grown and growing up, as complex as any we encounter in our late twentieth century literature. Set in mid-century Alberta, Grass Castles suggests dramatic moments "mixing memory and desire" in the lives of individuals living in a small community that will, unbeknownst to them, soon be swallowed up by Calgary, one of the most dynamic cities in North America today.
About the Author
Jackie Flanagan is the editor and publisher of "Alberta Views, "an award-winning Canadian national magazine. She lives in Calgary and is involved in many literary initiatives throughout the province of Alberta.
Bayeux Arts Inc., Canada|
18.95 x 13.16 x 1.42 centimetres (0.17 kg)|
15+ years |