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978-1-896300-68-9 | 2005 April | 384 Pages
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Transcanada Letters was a landmark when it first appeared in 1975. Almost thirty years later, it remains one of the most remarkable literary texts in Canada. At once a document and a creative work, personal meditation and cultural manifesto, it engages the reader with Roy Kiyooka’s intimate voice speaking through his letters to family, as well as friends, many of them writers and visual artists.
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