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Against a vivid terrain of images, Findley continues his exploration of the many diverse and destructive acts played out on the personal battlegrounds on which we live our daily lives.

From the realities of contemporary relationships to a fantastic vision of urban life, from social comment to the deeply personal, Stones is a powerful collection of stories from one of Canada's best-loved writers.

Introduction by Eleanor Wachtel

Broadcaster and writer Eleanor Wachtel has been the host of Writers & Company since 1990 and is also heard frequently on The Arts Tonight . She is the author of Writers & Company and More Writers & Co . Eleanor lives in Toronto.

Publisher: Toronto : Penguin Canada, 2008, 1988.
ISBN: 9780143055068
Branch Call Number: FIN
Characteristics: xvi, 159 p.


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Oct 02, 2018

Quite a disappointment; the stories are mostly quite plain and often refer to male homosexuality and even AIDS (Findley was homosexual and these stories were published in the late 1980s); it seems that he was just capitalizing on the fad. The only story that I quite liked was the one entitled "Foxes", which is quite different from the others (although, it could be argued that it makes oblique reference to "Confessions Of A Mask", a novel by Mishima).

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