Rudy Wiebe: Collected Stories, 1955-2010: Collected Stories, 1955?2010 by Rudy WiebeRudy Wiebe: Collected Stories, 1955-2010: Collected Stories, 1955?2010 by Rudy Wiebe

Rudy Wiebe: Collected Stories, 1955-2010: Collected Stories, 1955?2010

byRudy WiebeIntroduction byThomas Wharton

Paperback | November 1, 2010

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For more than fifty years, Canadian literary legend Rudy Wiebe has been defining and refining prairie literature through his oeuvre of world-renowned novels, histories, essays, and short stories. He has introduced generations of readers far and wide to western Canadian Mennonite, aboriginal, and settler culture. Some say he wrote the book on historical prairie fiction. In fact, he's written quite a few. The University of Alberta Press is proud to publish the fifty short stories that Wiebe completed between 1955 and 2010, including four previously unpublished stories. This is a must-have book for aficionados of great world literature, fans of prairie fiction, and Wiebe's faithful readers.
Rudy Wiebe was born in the Mennonite homestead community of Speedwell, Saskatchewan. Since the 1950s, he has been entertaining, educating, and inspiring readers with award-winning novels, short stories, essays, memoir, histories, and screenplays. Wiebe received the Governor General's Award for Fiction in 1973 for The Temptations of Bi...
Title:Rudy Wiebe: Collected Stories, 1955-2010: Collected Stories, 1955?2010Format:PaperbackDimensions:552 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.38 inPublished:November 1, 2010Publisher:The university of Alberta PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0888645406

ISBN - 13:9780888645401

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Editorial Reviews

"[Wiebe's] storytelling gifts are evident through this remarkable collection of one and fifty tales, which offers a substantially complete and satisfying retrospective of his published short fiction... While these fifty stories are arranged thematically, the textual apparatus also conveniently allows one to place them in bibliographical and chronological context to enrich subsequent readings." Neil Querengesser, Canadian Literatures 214, Autumn 2012