The Last Tasmanian de Herb CurtisThe Last Tasmanian de Herb Curtis

The Last Tasmanian

deHerb Curtis

Couverture souple | 1 août 2001 | anglais

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Winner, Thomas Head Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award

Shortlisted, Commonwealth Writers'' Prize, Canada and the Caribbean

The Last Tasmanian has reaped more national and international recognition than any other novel by Herb Curtis. First published in 1991, it has remained in print continuously in its original edition and later in The Brennen Siding Trilogy. Now it's available again as a separate volume in the GLE Library Series.

Brennen Siding, a hamlet on a small tributary of the famous Miramichi River, is home to an unforgettable crew — Shadrack Nash and his friend Dryfly Ramsey; Dry's mother, the homely, destitute Shirley, and Nutbeam, the big-eared hermit she marries; the American sports who come to the Cabbage Island Salmon Club to fish; and, above all, Hilda Porter, the elderly schoolteacher who treasures the story of Trucanini, the last Tasmanian on earth. Hilda herself is the last of the Porters, and, amid the invasion of TV, Elvis, and rich Americans, Shad and Dry may be the last true natives of Brennen Siding.

Herb Curtis was raised near Blackville, on the Miramichi, and now lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick. His collection of short fiction, Luther Corhern''s Salmon Camp Chronicles (1999), was nominated for the Stephen Leacock Award. The Last Tasmanian (1991, 2001), one of four novels, garnered the Thomas Head Raddall Atlantic Fiction Awar...
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Titre :The Last TasmanianFormat :Couverture soupleDimensions de l'article :276 pages, 8.49 X 5.5 X 0.71 poDimensions à l'expédition :276 pages, 8.49 X 5.5 X 0.71 poPublié le :1 août 2001Publié par :Goose Lane EditionsLangue :anglais

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Winner, Thomas Head Raddall Atlantic Fiction AwardShortlisted, Commonwealth Writers'' Prize, Canada and the CaribbeanThe Last Tasmanian has reaped more national and international recognition than any other novel by Herb Curtis. First published in 1991, it has remained in print continuously in its original edition and later in The Brennen Siding Trilogy. Now it's available again as a separate volume in the GLE Library Series. Brennen Siding, a hamlet on a small tributary of the famous Miramichi River, is home to an unforgettable crew — Shadrack Nash and his friend Dryfly Ramsey; Dry's mother, the homely, destitute Shirley, and Nutbeam, the big-eared hermit she marries; the American sports who come to the Cabbage Island Salmon Club to fish; and, above all, Hilda Porter, the elderly schoolteacher who treasures the story of Trucanini, the last Tasmanian on earth. Hilda herself is the last of the Porters, and, amid the invasion of TV, Elvis, and rich Americans, Shad and Dry may be the last true natives of Brennen Siding.

Critiques

"Curtis's writing is confident, filled with startling images and witty, incisive stabs at Canadian issues." — Toronto Star