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ISBN 13: 978-1-55017-058-0
ISBN 10: 1-55017-058-9
5.5 x 8.5 - 136 pp
$0.00 • CAD$21.95 • USD$21.95
The Great Canadian Anecdote Contest
edited by George Woodcock
These stories prove that truth is indeed stranger than fiction.
Book DescriptionTwo fishermen find a whale trapped in their net; neither of them can swim so they must trust the whale to support them while they out away the net and get back to the boat. . . In the wilderness of the Peace River, a man performs delicate surgery on his sick comrade, without anaesthetic, and with only the assistance of a doctor's voice on the radiotelephone. . .
These and 70 other striking anecdotes are collected in this extraordinary volume, published in support of the Canada-India Village Aid Society. There are contributions from fifteen Canadian luminaries, among them Timothy Findley, Toni Onley, Margaret Atwood and P.K. Page, and from scores of ordinary Canadians.