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Fri Mar 21 17:13:49 2014 UTClccn-n940351560.10Consolation0.370.97A Discord of flags : Canadian poets write about the Persian Gulf War /7607240Michael_Redhilln 940351563584091Ash Wolfe, IngerWolfe, Inger Ashlccn-n2002024723Manson, Rossviaf-106496094Heuvelmans, Tonviaf-106516159Hoekmeijer, Nicolettelccn-n94021752Hay, Elizabeth1951-lccn-n96033511Moore, Lisa1964-lccn-n93063040Heighton, Steven1961-lccn-nr94018674Ormshaw, Peter1962-lccn-n87802467Spalding, Lindalccn-n50002976Ondaatje, Michael1943-lccn-n96012419Spalding, EstaRedhill, Michael1966-FictionHistoryDramaPsychological fictionPoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcOntario--TorontoArtistsIreland--DublinMemoryPhotographsPhotographersHistoriansHistorians' spousesCanadian poetryAdulteryLoyaltyFamiliesMarried peopleShort storiesMissing personsFemale friendshipNew YearGenocideShort stories, CanadianInterpersonal relationsConstancyDesireEnglish poetryShipwrecksTreasure trovesMan-woman relationshipsWidowsCanadian fictionPersian Gulf War (1991)Canadian literatureAmerican literatureEnglish literatureLove storiesTruthLonelinessHonestyMP3 (Audio coding standard)Lost articles1966198519891990199119921993199619972000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112013294129121813.54PR9199.3.R41884234ocn077523475book20050.23Redhill, MichaelConsolation : a novelHistoryFictionDavid Hollis was a modern historian and archivist believed to have discovered the existence of a collection of glass photographic plates in the ruins of a shipwreck in Toronto Harbor. Jem Hallam, the photographer, was a young apothecary struggling to survive in the Toronto frontier of 1857. Hollis's story is told through the lens of his widow, Marianne, who is staking out the site her husband claimed was the location of the plates+-+034982168579821ocn049940419book20000.23Redhill, MichaelMartin Sloane : a novelFictionFollows the evolving relationship between Irish-born artist Martin Sloan and Jolene Iolas, a young American woman drawn first to his art and then to the man, from their initial meeting to his disappearance and her search for him+-+218482168536410ocn052478612book20030.24Redhill, MichaelFidelity : storiesFictionPsychological fictionA collection of short fiction that asks the question: What does it mean to be true? Though it never arouses his wife's suspicions, a business-trip affair leaves a man haunted by what he has learned about himself. A traveling salesman, in trying to remain friends with his ex-wife, keeps breaking her heart. The stories reveal that even in our profound connection to others, we are always somehow alone+-+84498216851403ocn046619776book20000.81Redhill, MichaelBuilding JerusalemDrama"Building Jerusalem takes place on New Year's Eve, 1899, in the Grange, one of the grandest houses in Toronto. Now the home of the celebrated writer Goldwyn Smith, it is to be the scene of a New Year's party for four auspicious guests: Karl Pearson, the German statistician, Augusta Stowe-Gullen, a medical doctor and suffragette, Silas rand, a missionary among the Nova Scotian Micmac Indians, and Adelaide Hoodless, a domestic scientist. But when their host is delayed, the four guests find themselves instead with his beautiful niece, Alice, who devises a series of songs and games to help her uncle's guests pass the time more easily. Little do they all know what suprises lie in wait as the new century creeps closer, and the stroke of midnight arrives with a terrible and beautiful revelation."--BOOK JACKET+-+75619023351347ocn062087293book20050.73Redhill, MichaelGoodnessDramaThis remarkable autobiographical play by the award-winning author of Building Jerusalem and Martin Sloane, is a Russian-doll-like play: concentric stories enveloping each other. A writer is told, in confidence, a terrible tale of murder and injustice and he promises never to repeat the story. Goodness is the writer breaking his word. Recently divorced, Michael Redhill goes to Poland to get away frm his life and to do some research on the Holocaust. Thwarted by witnesses unwilling to talk, he returns home via England, but in London is introduced to someone who can tell him a 'real' story of ev+-+68160970061187ocn031968920book19930.90Redhill, MichaelLake Nora ArmsLake Nora Arms is in the tradition of one of the more intriguing topoi still left to us, the description of an imaginary place. The rhythms are incantatory, the slowed but run-on syntax of desire in dreams. --Northwest Review+-+K521932335803ocn050538605book20020.56Redhill, MichaelFidelity : short fiction+-+1194010385762ocn047894120book20010.84Redhill, MichaelLight-crossing : poems+-+7201932335632ocn150172509book20070.19Redhill, MichaelTroostEen geoloog uit Toronto is geobsedeerd door een zoekgeraakte collectie foto's van deze Canadese stad uit de 19e eeuw612ocn035816111book19960.81Blues & true concussions : six new Toronto poets+-+4630932335324591ocn037221090book19970.84Redhill, MichaelAsphodel+-+7908256225411ocn276339495book20090.33The 2009 Griffin Poetry Prize anthology : a selection of the shortlist+-+4973932335411ocn055475048book20020.19Redhill, MichaelMartin Sloane : roman403ocn021448328book19900.88Redhill, MichaelImpromptu feats of balance241ocn055640947book20030.20Redhill, MichaelTrouw183ocn057508587book20040.31The Journey Prize stories : from the best of Canada's new writers+-+2848956225153ocn032741094book19910.97A Discord of flags : Canadian poets write about the Persian Gulf WarPoetry74ocn607311391rcrd20060.10Redhill, MichaelConsolationHistoryFictionIn a dual story, Jem, a British apothecary and immigrant to 1850's Toronto, has formed a friendship with a photographer. A century later, an historian has uncovered clues leading to the earliest photographs of the city, presumably taken by the photographer. Some descriptions of sex and some strong language51ocn047259360book20000.19Brick, a literary journalCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K50002314533ocn319906340rcrd20020.10Redhill, MichaelMartin Sloane a novelFictionJolene, a student writes artist Martin Sloane after seeing his work, and eventually, they become lovers. Then one day, he vanishes, nearly destroying her, until ten years pass and she hears that he may be in Ireland. Going to confront him, she attempts to piece together his past, and to slowly understand the struggle of bearing the memory of the missing and the dead+-+0349821685+-+0349821685Fri Mar 21 16:08:04 EDT 2014batch14194