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ISBN:2350210375
Author: Mitch Cullin
ISBN13: 978-2350210377
Title: Tideland (French Edition)
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Language: French
Category: Literary
Publisher: NA�VE (�DITIONS); NAIVE edition (June 28, 2006)

Tideland (French Edition) by Mitch Cullin



The story is a first-person narrative told by the young Jeliza-Rose, detailing the summer she spent alone at an isolated, rundown farmhouse in Texas called What Rocks.

Tideland is a fascinating read that stops just short of being good enough to be considered a classic. Even if at first it seems just another updated version of Alice In Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz, The Neverending Story etc. - a child creating a fantasy world as a way of dealing with difficulties of life and a metaphor for growing up - it becomes abundantly clear very early on that Jeliza-Rose's story is a very different one from those of. Alice and Dorothy. Tideland is decisively stronger and darker than those classics, and subtlety is all but forgotten; Mitch Cullin makes no attempt.

by Mitch Cullin First published August 28th 2000. Showing 1-13 of 13. Tideland (Paperback). Paperback, 192 pages. Author(s): Mitch Cullin. ISBN: 080231340X (ISBN13: 9780802313409).

Publication date 2000. Topics Poor girls - Fiction, Fathers and daughters - Fiction, Texas - Fiction. Openlibrary work OL30442W.

Tideland by Mitch Cullin. The dead and the sleeping, How they resemble one another. This quote from The Epic of Gilgamesh opens this novel, and it sets the tone for the story. Jeliza-Rose, the narrator of Tideland, is an eleven-year-old girl whose parents are heroin addicts. Jeliza-Rose is home schooled, and her daily lessons consist in preparing her parents’ heroin doses.

More by Mitch Cullin. More from Texas Trilogy. Book: Tideland written by Mitch Cullin part of Texas Trilogy. More by Mitch Cullin. This Movie is based on Tideland. Tideland is a 2005 British-Canadian science fiction fantasy film co-written and directed by Terry Gilliam, an adaptation of Mitch Cullin's novel of the same name. The film was shot in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and surrounding area in the fall and winter of 2004. The world premiere was at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival, where the film was met with mixed response from both viewers and critics.

The story is a first-person narrative told by the young Jeliza-Rose, detailing the summer she spent alone at an isolated, rundown farmhouse in Texas called What Rocks.