|Title:||Man From The Creeks|
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|Publisher:||Random House of Canada, Limited; 1st Ed. edition (1999)|
Governor General's Award-winning author Robert Kroetsch take. This is the type of book one should finish reading on Valentine's Day, to remind oneself that seeking love is only a half-lived out pursuit when the eventual acquisition hasn't required grinding dirt and grit into fingernails and bedding bullets in hearts. To remind oneself that sometimes the roses are hand-made of red crêpe paper, and of unspoken guilt- for one has succumbed, and another has survived.
The Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. The Robert Kroetsch City Of Edmonton Book Prize. The Robert Kroetsch Poetry Book Award. Blood Culture: In Memoriam Robert Kroetsch. Selected Criticism on Robert Kroetsch. Advice to My Friends: A Continuing Poem. Excerpts from the Real World: A Prose Poem in Ten Parts. Completed Field Notes: The Long Poems of Robert Kroetsch. The Hornbooks of Rita K. The Snowbird Poems.
Robert Paul Kroetsch, OC (June 26, 1927 – June 21, 2011) was a Canadian novelist, poet and nonfiction writer. In his fiction and critical essays, as well as in the journal he co-founded, Boundary 2, he was an influential figure in Canada in introducing ideas about postmodernism. He was born in Heisler, Alberta. He began his academic career at Binghamton University (State University of New York); after returning to Canada in the mid-1970s he taught at the University of Manitoba.
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Robert Kroetsch’s ninth novel won’t be mistaken for one of them, even if it is a lesson in the bad ends you can come to when you go looking for gold. For one thing, The Man From the Creeks is a tale of times long bygone, a tale firmly planted in the Klondike where, 100 years ago, men actually did get rich from digging the ground. For another thing, it isn’t nearly as complexly coiled a story as Bre-X, it travels in a more or less straight line, which means that you can see the end coming from the first chapter. That’s not in itself a fatal flaw. This we know because it serves the book as an epigraph. Chronicling a death foretold isn’t, of course, taboo. And you have to hand it to Kroetsch, he keeps his characters on the move, speeding them from one cartoonish incident to another, so the novel feels quick in its pace. And yet there’s nothing to really hold you to it.
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Books by Robert Kroetsch, The studhorse man, Seed catalogue, Badlands, The words of my roaring, Alibi, Field notes, The ledger, Alberta. The man from the creeks: a novel. The stone hammer poems, 1960-1975.
Robert Kroetsch certainly takes his time in composing novels. His newest one, The Man from the Creeks, which is set in Canada's 1897-99 Klondike gold rush, appeared six years after his previous work, The Puppeteer, which had followed the publication of Alibi way back in 1983. Reports are that The Man from the Creeks went through 13 versions and at least one title change (from Klondike Love Song) before it was ready for submission. Yet this British Columbian author and former creative-writing teacher is hardly ever idle, producing poetry and essays
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