The Ledger

by Robert Kroetsch

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Alcuin Citation in 1991 for excellence in book design in Canada.

The Ledger is a foundational book-length poem in the Field Notes series that Canada’s top literary bullshitter has now declared Completed. Be that as it may, The Ledger has been in continuous demand since its first publication in 1972. This documentary long poem about pioneering in Bruce County, Ontario makes the debit-credit form of accounting into a force-field that holds the pros and cons of settling a new country. If you begin these pages wondering what makes them poetry, feel free to shuck the term. Robert Kroetsch’s poetry generously offers a reader enough space to become a writer. Go ahead and read yourself in.

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Alberta Prime Time profiles Robert Kroetsch – April 14, 2011 – Robert Kroetsch has spent his life writing about his favourite place – Alberta. On this week’s Trailblazers, we sit down with the famed prairie author who received one of this year’s Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Distinguished Artist Awards.

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Robert Kroetsch Robert Kroetsch is the author of eight novels including The Puppeteer, Alibi, and What the Crow Said. Also to his credit are several volumes of poetry and non-fiction works. Robert Kroetsch is a Governor General’s Award winner. Alberta Prime Time profiles Robert Kroetsch - April 14, 2011 - Robert Kroetsch has spent his…

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Additional Info

  • ISBN: 0919626114
  • ISBN-13: 9780919626119
  • Pages: 32
  • Year: 1975
  • Dimensions 6.5 x 7.75 x 0.13 in
  • Category: ,

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