Book details

Publication date: November 1998
Series: cuRRents
Keywords: Literature
Subject(s): FICTION / General, Literature, Literature, Literature, Novel
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press

Robert Kroetsch. Born in Heisler, Alberta, Robert Kroetsch published his first novel, But We are Exiles in 1965, and his book The Studhorse Man (1969) won the Governor General's Award for Fiction. Throughout his career, he steadily elaborated his indelible mark on Canadian writing with his fiction, non-fiction, poetry, teaching, and scholarship.

Robert Rawdon Wilson. Robert Rawdon Wilson is Professor Emeritus from the Department of English at the University of Alberta. He has also been a visiting professor at Mills College (USA), Deakin University and University of Melbourne (Australia), and the University of Aarhus (Denmark). His other books include In Palamedes' Shadow: Explorations in Play, Game, and Narrative Theory, Shakespearean Narrative, and Boundaries, and Other Fictions, a collection of short stories.

"[The] reissued What the Crow Said and The Words of My Roaring. honour Kroetsch's enormous contribution to Canadian literature and . ensure his work will be available to a new generation of readers." - University of Toronto Quarterly, Winter 2001/2002, Letters in Canada, vol 71:1


The Alcuin Society Citations for Excellence in Book Design in Canada - 2nd, Prose Fiction

1999
ISBNs: 9780888643032 978-0-88864-303-2 Title: what the crow said