Small Beneath the Sky
A Prairie MemoirBook - 2009
A volume of poignant recollections by one of Canada's most celebrated poets, Small Beneath the Sky is a tender, unsparing portrait of a family and a place. Lorna Crozier> vividly depicts her hometown of Swift Current, with its one main street, two high schools, and three beer parlors--where her father spent most of his evenings. She writes unflinchingly about the grief and shame caused by poverty and alcoholism. At the heart of the book is Crozier's fierce love for her mother, Peggy. The narratives of daily life--sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking--are interspersed with prose poems. Lorna Crozier approaches the past with a tactile sense of discovery, tracing her beginnings with a poet's precision and an open heart. Also available in paperback.
Publisher: Vancouver ; Toronto : Greystone Books, 2009.
Branch Call Number: 819. 1 CRO C
Characteristics: 197 p. : ill., ports.
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