One Indian Summer

June 1, 1994|
One Indian Summer by Wayne Curtis
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One Indian Summer tells the timeless story of a boy growing up on a farm in the 1950s. Steven Moar, a teenager with intellectual leanings, feels an irresistable pull toward the city and a university education, yet his loyalty to his father and the family farm pulls him just as hard in the other direction.

Wayne Curtis portrays the region and the times with authority and vividness. A devoted resident of New Brunswick's Miramichi region, Curtis writes from his own experience of growing to manhood on a beloved farm doomed to failure by mechanization.

Wayne Curtis was born in Keenan, New Brunswick, on the banks of the Miramichi River. He was educated at the local schoolhouse and at St. Thomas University. He started writing prose in the late 1960s. His essays have appeared in the Globe and Mail, Outdoor Canada, Fly Fishermen, and the Atlantic Salmon Journal.
Title:One Indian Summer
Product dimensions:200 pages, 8.96 X 5.96 X 0.47 in
Shipping dimensions:200 pages, 8.96 X 5.96 X 0.47 in
Published:June 1, 1994
Publisher:Goose Lane Editions
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780864921512

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