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Too Bad: Sketches Toward a Self-Portrait (Currents)

Robert Kroetsch

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ISBN 10: 0888645376 / ISBN 13: 9780888645371
Published by Univ of Alberta Pr, 2010
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Title: Too Bad: Sketches Toward a Self-Portrait (...

Publisher: Univ of Alberta Pr

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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A prodigious body of innovative writing behind him, Robert Kroetsch turns to a starker lyrical mode in Too Bad: Sketches Toward a Self-Portrait. Oscillating between the many moods of a human heart that has lived through so much-from whimsy and scorn through desire, longing, lust, love, and serenity-these sketches mark a candid walk through the tortuous corridors of the poet's remembering, and exemplify the rehearsed dictum of an old teacher: "Every enduring poem was written today." Simply put, "This book is not an autobiography. It is a gesture toward a self-portrait, which I take to be quite a different kettle of fish." -- Robert Kroetsch, from the Introduction

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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.

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