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Fri Mar 21 17:15:57 2014 UTClccn-n832141600.00The voice gallery travels with a glass throat /0.461.00Traitor Hero: The Story of Richard Aldington,94642227Keath_Frasern 832141601023031Fraser, Keathlccn-n78092849Ross, Sinclairlccn-n79063739Moore, Briannp-adams, robertAdams, Robertlccn-n80163355Hancock, Geofflccn-n80057251Aldington, Richard1892-1962np-ross, malcolmRoss, Malcolmedtlccn-n83215249Scott, DesmondFraser, KeathFictionBiographyAnecdotesPortraitsCriticism, interpretation, etcCanadaImmigrantsVoyages and travelsIrish fictionCanadian fictionAuthors, CanadianLast years of a person's lifeRoss, SinclairIrishManners and customsTravelFraser, KeathQuébec--MontréalPovertyShort stories, CanadianEnglish fictionCanadian literatureMoore, Brian,Adventure and adventurersAuthors--TravelEnglish literatureModernism (Literature)BiographyAldington, Richard,Literature19441972197519821984198519881991199219931994199519961997200220042005200813211862813.54PZ4.M819ocn439941529ocn760690019ocn463702972ocn806350157ocn4399415293998ocn022661990book19910.23Fraser, KeathBad trips+-+43547242152267ocn037315539book19970.79Fraser, KeathAs for me and my body : a memoir of Sinclair RossBiographyKeath Fraser, a friend of Sinclair Ross's for twenty-six years, offers an intimate portrait of the last years of Ross's often beleaguered life. Ross moved to Vancouver in 1982 and died fourteen years later at the age of 88. This elegant and earthy account of an artist in decline--crippled by Parkinson's Disease and a sense of failure, attracted to suicide and his own sexual revalations--leads the author to a new biographical reading of one of Canada's most acclaimed novels, As for Me and My House (1941). A homosexual, Sinclair Ross grew up behind his own false front on the prairies, developing after the war into a more cosmopolitan man than previously imagined. We catch glimpses of him living beside the Mediterranean in Greece and in Spain where his career as a novelist later revived and where Fraser first visited him in the 1970s+-+55687750061715ocn024793133book19920.20Fraser, KeathWorst journeys : The Picador book of travel+-+4696785885324977ocn012993691book19850.73Fraser, KeathForeign affairs853ocn033209015book19950.70Fraser, KeathPopular anatomy+-+2496934335613ocn059840965book19940.10Fraser, KeathWorst JourneysAnecdotes612ocn060833958book20050.81Fraser, Keath13 ways of listening to a stranger : the best stories of Keath Fraser593ocn009854316book19820.73Fraser, KeathTaking coverFiction533ocn037587231book19930.13Worst journeys343ocn036656656book19960.86Fraser, KeathTelling my love lies : a book club's collection of stories and comments by Geoffrey Denton, Lorin Mae, Anne Tanice Reid, T.S. Saini, Jim Constance, K. Ives, Robin How, Stevie Platzer, Mavis Terwiel and Patricia Melmouth+-+4426934335194ocn035927836book19960.93Fraser, KeathTelling my love lies : a book club's collection of its stories and comments by Geoffrey Denton, Lorin Mae, Anne Tanice Reid, T.S. Saini, Jim Constance, K. Ives, Robin How, Stevie Platzer, Mavis Terwiel and Patricia Melmouth : with a foreword by Patricia Melmouth+-+4426934335107ocn245774980book19720.39Moore, BrianThe luck of Ginger Coffey, a novelFictionMeet Ginger Coffey, the irrepressible fortune-hunter of Brian Moore's award-winning novel. The Luck of Ginger Coffey is the robust, funny, sometimes tragic tale of one unforgettable Irish immigrant to Montreal. Buoyed by unfailing optimism, Ginger confronts the ugly realities of life in the New World. Jobs are scarce, people often inhuman. And dreams of glory do not offer any lasting escape from the hard pinch of poverty. In spite of the battering he receives in his struggle for survival, Ginger Coffey emerges a true hero - the little man who can be defeated by anything, except life itself+-+784445622532ocn607263603rcrd19930.10Bad tripsAnecdotesA collection of travel misadventures, written by well-known 20th century authors. Included are contributions from Jan Morris, Timothy Findley, Martin Amis, P.K. Page, John Uplike, Al Purdy and Eric Newby11ocn122582512mix19751.00Fraser, KeathTraitor Hero: The Story of Richard AldingtonCriticism, interpretation, etcPortraitsAn unpublished essay submitted to the JOURNAL OF MODERN LITERATURE by Fraser regarding Aldington's career and his influence on the modernist genre11ocn174368606book19840.47Two Keath Fraser novellas401ocn048643126book20020.47Fraser, KeathThe voice gallery : travels with a glass throatBiography11ocn607201491rcrd20080.10Fraser, KeathThe voice gallery [travels with a glass throat]BiographyFor twenty years, Keath battled a rare disorder that caused him agonizing episodes of broken speech, leading to the loss of his voice. When he finally received proper treatment he set out around the world to find others like himself and to record his memoir. Some strong language01ocn317165673rcrd2004Fraser, KeathThe voice gallery travels with a glass throatBiographyFor twenty years, the author battled a rare disorder that caused him agonizing episodes of broken speech, leading to the loss of his voice. Mislead by the medical procession, convinced that the problem was psychological, Fraser finally received a proper diagnosis and found some releif with Botox, a drug mainly used to smooth out wrinkles. He then set out around the world to find others like himself, and to record in this memoir the wonders and frailities of the human voice+-+4354724215+-+4354724215Fri Mar 21 16:11:59 EDT 2014batch11269