Another Country: Writings by and about Henry Kreisel
by Kreisel, Henry (ed. by Shirley Neuman)
Edmonton: NeWest Press. Very Good+. (c.1985). First Edition. Softcover. 0-920316-85-9 . [minimal wear, slight bend at top right corner of front cover, dark smudge mark on top edge]. (Western Canadian Literary Documents, no. 7) Series Trade PB "When Henry Kreisel was interned as an 'enemy alien' by the British in 1940 and sent to a camp in Canada, he began to keep a diary. [This volume] reprints his 'Diary of an Internment Camp' along with other personal writings that chronicle his transition from internee to Canadian novelist." Also includes poems, stories, personal essays, and letters. "An unpublished radio drama, two new stories, several critical essays about his novels, two interviews, and a bibliography of his writings complete a volume that is essential reading for Kreisel's many admirers." . (Inventory #: 22056)
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