Motortherapy by Bill SchermbruckerMotortherapy by Bill Schermbrucker

Motortherapy

byBill Schermbrucker

Paperback | January 1, 1993

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"Always carry a bar of soap!" his father advises, as Allstair sets off to drive from Nairobi halfway across Africa in a secondhand Austin in the 1950s. "It wasn't clear to me how you could fix a leak in the gas tank with soap," Allstair reports, "but I never doubted that sort of instruction coming from him." So begins the first tale in this sequel to Bill Schermbrucker's well-received collection Chameleon and Other Stories.
Bill Schermbrucker Motortherapy (1993) is the third work of fiction from Bill Schermbrucker, a writer who has come into his prime. He has been an editor of The Capilano Review, and is the author of Chameleon and Other Stories (1983). His novel, Mimosa (1988), won the Ethel Wilson Prize for Fiction at the 1988 BC Book Pr...
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Title:MotortherapyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:January 1, 1993Publisher:Talon Books Ltd

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ISBN - 10:0889223300

ISBN - 13:9780889223301

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"Always carry a bar of soap!" his father advises, as Alistair sets off to drive from Nairobl halfway across Africa in a secondhand Austin in the 1950s. "It wasn't clear to me how you could fix a leak in the gas tank with soap", Alistair reports, "but I never doubted that sort of instruction coming from him". So begins the first tale in this sequel to Bill Schermbrucker's well-received collection Chameleon and Other Stories.