Invisible Among the Ruins: Field Notes of a Canadian in Ireland by Moss JohnInvisible Among the Ruins: Field Notes of a Canadian in Ireland by Moss John

Invisible Among the Ruins: Field Notes of a Canadian in Ireland

byMoss John

Paperback | March 5, 2003

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This is an irreverent outsider's view of Ireland and its language, landscape and society. The author also reflects on Canada from his temporary exile.
John Moss writes mysteries because nothing brings life into focus like the murder of strangers. Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 2006 in recognition of his career as a professor of Canadian literature with over a score of books in his field, John moved progressively away from literary criticism to creative writing, be...
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Title:Invisible Among the Ruins: Field Notes of a Canadian in IrelandFormat:PaperbackDimensions:166 pages, 8.43 × 5.51 × 0.54 inPublished:March 5, 2003Publisher:CORLanguage:English

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A Canadian writer travels to Ireland to soak up the culture and winds up writing a beautiful account of his thoughts and his observations. Invisible Among the Ruins: Field Notes of a Canadian in Ireland is one of those rare finds that speaks to many on so many levels. John Moss is a writer who has turned from criticism to fiction and poetry, and in this publication he incorporates these styles and delivers a unique piece of work. Along the way he shares his laments and his renewed affections for the divided country and offers a personal portrait of an imperfect world. This is a fantastic read that will appeal to many.