3 edition of The World Afloat found in the catalog.
2014 by Talonbook .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Inside the linoleum-lined kitche. The World Afloat book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Farrant has a lightness of touch, and the formats she choose /5. In The World Afloat: Miniatures, Vancouver Island writer Farrant presents 75 stories, most less than a page long, and most using Farrant’s customary sense of humour as she examines ordinary life and transforms it into the eccentric or reveals its essential oddities.
These small slices of life show that perspective can change everything. Reviews: 1. In The World Afloat, a series of seventy-five "miniatures" that melds narrative with elements of prose poem and farce, master of the absurd and expert observer M.A.C.
Farrant peers into the complexities of human experience - through the rear : M a C Farrant. In The World Afloat, a series of seventy-five miniatures” that melds narrative with elements of prose poem and farce, master of the absurd and expert observer M.A.C.
Farrant peers into the complexities of human experience through the rear window.1/5. M.A.C. Farrant is the author of seventeen works of fiction, non-fiction, memoir, two plays, and over one hundred book reviews and essays.
The World Afloat: Miniatures, a collection of very short fiction, and volume one in a trilogy of miniature fiction, was published by Talonbooks in and won the City of Victoria Book Butler Book Prize for that year.
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In The World Afloat, a series of seventy-five "miniatures" that melds narrative with elements of prose poem and farce, master of the absurd and expert observer M.A.C.
Farrant peers into the complexities of human experience - through the rear the linoleum-lined kitchens and lace-trimmed living rooms that drift through these stories, Farrant interrupts the daily routines - doctor's appointments.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: World afloat. (CaOONL) Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Short stories.
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