Canada

Canada

The only writer ever to win both the Pulitzer Prize and Pen/Faulkner Award for a single novel (Independence Day) Richard Ford follows the completion of his acclaimed Bascombe trilogy with Canada. After a five-year hiatus, an undisputed American master delivers a haunting and elemental novel about the cataclysm that undoes one teenage boy’s family, and the stark and unforgiving landscape in which he attempts to find grace.

A powerful and unforgettable tale of the… (more)

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Ford’s genius at capturing human frailty and its pitiful disguises burns through this novel.

A.V. Club : Canada (June 11, 2012)

Canada is a survivor’s story. Each sentence is an acceptance of the turns Dell has taken since the day Bev Parsons left the house with his gun. It’s a chronicle of how to live, constructed around the opposite choice.

“Canada” is a tale of what happens when we cross certain lines and can never go back. It is an examination of the redemptive power of articulated memory, and it is a masterwork by one of our finest writers working at the top of his form.


Book Details  


Publisher: Ecco (May 22, 2012)

Parent ISBN: 9780061692031

Page count: 432 pages

File size: 1.8 MB

Language: English


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