These Shadows Remain: A Fable

These Shadows Remain: A Fable

by B.W. Powe
     
 

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Images overrun the world. Toons filled with rage and hate hunger for life. A war between simulations and humans. People besieged in a castle of dreams. A mysterious knight shifts between worlds, holding the secret that could save all. Orphaned children lead him to the whirlwind, the terrible faceless source. B.W. Powe's stunning fable erases the lines between

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Images overrun the world. Toons filled with rage and hate hunger for life. A war between simulations and humans. People besieged in a castle of dreams. A mysterious knight shifts between worlds, holding the secret that could save all. Orphaned children lead him to the whirlwind, the terrible faceless source. B.W. Powe's stunning fable erases the lines between illusion and reality.

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'An impassioned chronicler. His words seem to emanate fully formed from the cosmos...Ecstatic moments...hair-raising lines,' The Globe and Mail
'Subtly textured themes that affirm the importance of the romantic voice in these troubled times,' Canadian Literature
'Like well-chosen brush-strokes on a canvas,' Montreal Gazette
'A thinking heart... a dancer's agility...takes considerable, unfashionable risks,' The Malahat Review
'One of our finest cultural commentators,' The Toronto Star
'A soaring alchemical vision,' Pico Iyer
'An intellectual terrorist,' Barbara Amiel

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781550713145
Publisher:
Guernica Editions, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/01/2011
Series:
Prose Series, #86
Edition description:
Signed
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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Visionary, poet, novelist, essayist, B.W. Powe is the author of the influential books, Mystic Trudeau, The Solitary Outlaw and Towards a Canada of Light, the novel Outage and the book of poetry, The Unsaid Passing. The latter was a finalist for the ReLit Prize. He was the program coordinator for three significant symposia-Marshall McLuhan: What If He Was Right? (1997), The Trudeau Era (1998), and Living Literacies (2002), all held at York University. He has been working to establish the McLuhan Centre for the Study of Multiple Literacies at York, where he is a Professor of English.

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