Scars by W.P. KinsellaScars by W.P. Kinsella

Scars

byW.P. Kinsella

Paperback | October 1, 1978

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We have heard more than enough about white people's guilt and the rape of the West by wheat farmers and oil men. Besides, W.P. Kinsella doesn't favour repetition. Fostering no illusions about either Indians or white people, he introduces us to his favourite characters from the Hobbema reserve near Edmonton, Alberta. Here we watch eccentric Frank Fencepost, Sadi One-wound, Mad Etta and Rufus Firstrider as they endure a reserve filled with truth and resounding laughter.
William Patrick Kinsella was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Kinsella always though of himself as a writer, although he wrote more than 50 stories before getting published. Kinsella grew up loving the game of baseball. He wrote his first baseball story, a murder mystery called Diamond Doom, when he was in the eight grade. Kinsella's...
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Title:ScarsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:154 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:October 1, 1978Publisher:Oberon PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0887502865

ISBN - 13:9780887502866

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We have heard more than enough about white people's guilt and the rape of the West by wheat farmers and oil men. Besides, W.P. Kinsella doesn't favour repetition. Fostering no illusions about either Indians or white people, he introduces us to his favourite characters from the Hobbema reserve near Edmonton, Alberta. Here we watch eccentric Frank Fencepost, Sadi One-wound, Mad Etta and Rufus Firstrider as they endure a reserve filled with truth and resounding laughter.