The Exile Book of Canadian Sports Stories

The Exile Book of Canadian Sports Stories

Book - 2009
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An impressive assemblage of Canada's best literary voices tells their stories about the wild and fascinating world of sports in this notable anthology. The 26 remarkable Canadian short stories written by authors such as Barry Callaghan, Mark Jarman, and Susanna Moodie span the 19th century through the present day and provide insights on athletics and expose some of the most intimate details of sporting life--from the hard-earned victories to the sometimes inevitable tragedies. This collection is the perfect gift for any sports lover and a great addition to any personal library.

Publisher: Holstein, Ont. : Exile Editions, 2009
ISBN: 9781550961256
Branch Call Number: EXIL
Characteristics: xxiii, 351 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Uppal, Priscila
Alternative Title: Canadian sports stories


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