4 edition of studhorse man. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ4.K937 St, PR9199.3.K7 St|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||70469264|
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The Studhorse Man book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Studhorse Man is a classic Canadian odyssey--a story told by /5. In his second novel, The Studhorse Man, won the Governor General's Award for Fiction.
He has published nine novels and twelve books of poetry as well as diverse travel and scholarly writing. His most recent collection of poetry, The Hornbooks of Rita K (University of Alberta Press), was short-listed for the Governor General's Award for /5(2).
In his second novel, The Studhorse Man, won the Governor General's Award for Fiction. He has published nine novels and twelve books of poetry as well as diverse travel and scholarly writing.
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Kroetsch, Robert: The Studhorse Man. The book's pattern is circu lar, as is Hazard's journey, and the point—made in a manner that fuses prairie tall‐tale with Odyssean myth—is that perfec.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kroetsch, Robert, Studhorse man. Markham, Ont.: PaperJacks, (OCoLC) Material Type. The Studhorse Man by Seanathon She took that to mean their love was stronger than some words in a book.
I think he just didn't want to be nailed down. "He didn't want a baby either, that was another one of her ideas. I think she figured it might convince him they ought to be husband and wife.
He went along with it, but then she didn't get. The Studhorse Man. studhorse man. book By Robert Kroetsch Introduction by Aritha van Herk. University of Alberta Press. Hazard Lepage, the last of the studhorse men, sets out to breed his rare blue stallion, Poseidon.
A lusty trickster and a wayward knight, Hazard's outrageous adventures are narrated by Demeter Proudfoot, his secret rival, who writes this story. The Studhorse Man Mass Market Paperback – January 1, by Robert Kroetsch (Author) › Visit Amazon's Robert Kroetsch Page.
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This book undertakes a detailed reading of Robert Kroetsch s The Studhorse Man , examining this Canadian novel in its transnational historical and socio-cultural context. Key subject headings are biology and culture, sex and gender, eugenics and contraception, writing and reading.
Buy STUDHORSE MAN (cuRRents) 10th Ed by Unknown (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. As the book opens, the studhorse man, devoted to preserving the Lepage breed, needs to get hold of a mare: He was a truly desperate man.
Extinction or survival was quite simply to be the fate of the breed of horse he alone had preserved through six generations; thus, penniless as he was, and he had been reduced to living on porridge for nearly.
Born in Heisler, Alberta, Robert Kroetsch published his first novel, But We are Exiles inand his book The Studhorse Man () won the Governor General's Award for Fiction. Throughout his career, he steadily elaborated his indelible mark on Canadian Pages: The 15 th book in my January Book Project is The Studhorse Man, by Robert Kroetsch late of Alberta.
Published init has taken me almost forty-four years to get around to it. Of course, I was only six at the time of its publication, so I can be forgiven for some of my delay.
The Luminaries is a novel by Eleanor Catton. It is Catton's second novel. Set in New Zealand's South Island inthe novel follows Walter Moody, a prospector who travels to the fledgling West Coast settlement of Hokitika to try to make his fortune on nearby goldfields. Instead, he stumbles into a tense meeting between twelve local men, and is drawn into a complex mystery that is Author: Eleanor Catton.
The Studhorse Man is a classic Canadian odyssey–a story told by a madman who works naked in a bathtub. I could fill a hyperbolic volume with gushing praise for this book, so rather than risk saying too much, I’m going to try and say just as much as I have to.
THE STUDHORSE MAN TRANSLATING THE BOUNDARIES OF TEXT CAROL L. BERAN "The voice. The voice." Robert Kroetsch Why then I should want to tell so vio wrote the phrase over and over as he planned lent a story, I hardly know: but as a young his novel The Studhorse Man ().
"Try: man I proposed to write a novel.2 limited third and interior first."1. Snare Books is a Canadian independent book publisher. Founded in spring ofand located in Montreal, Quebec, Snare Books is a publisher of contemporary poetry and prose make a point of publishing Canadian authors who specialize in experimental gh their main focus is on poetry, Snare Books has more recently expanded to pushing a limited number of experimental Founder: Jon Paul Fiorentino and Robert Allen.Define studhorse.
studhorse synonyms, studhorse pronunciation, studhorse translation, English dictionary definition of studhorse. n another word for stallion n. a stallion kept for breeding.
Noun 1. studhorse - adult male horse kept for breeding stud entire, stallion - uncastrated. Someone gave me a copy of Robert Kroetsch’s wild and crazy novel, The Studhorse Man. I skipped a lot of classes.
Curled up in my cramped Lister Hall women’s residence room, I marvelled that this was the first book I’d read set where I was living. And what a blue, bawdy, raunchy ride it was!
Warmed me right up.