Brother Frank's Gospel Hour

Brother Frank's Gospel Hour

Stories

Book - 1996 | 1st Southern Methodist University Press ed
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These eleven stories continue the adventures of Silas Ermineskin and his sidekick Frank Fencepost, as Kinsella returns to the Cree Indian reserve in Hobbema, Alberta, where his cast of zany characters, last seen in The Fencepost Chronicles and The Miss Hobbema Pageant, is at its wry best.
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Southern Methodist University Press, 1996
Edition: 1st Southern Methodist University Press ed
ISBN: 0870743988 (cloth : acid-free paper)
0870743996 (paper : acid-free paper)
Branch Call Number: FIC KINSELLA SS
Characteristics: 187 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Authors: Kinsella, W. P.
Title: Brother Frank's gospel hour
stories
Edition: 1st Southern Methodist University Press ed
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Southern Methodist University Press, 1996
Branch Call Number: FIC KINSELLA SS
Characteristics: 187 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Summary: These eleven stories continue the adventures of Silas Ermineskin and his sidekick Frank Fencepost, as Kinsella returns to the Cree Indian reserve in Hobbema, Alberta, where his cast of zany characters, last seen in The Fencepost Chronicles and The Miss Hobbema Pageant, is at its wry best.
Contents: Bull
Miracle on Manitoba Street
The elevator
Ice man
Turbulence
Saskatoon search
The rain birds
George the cat
Conflicting statements
Dream catcher
Brother Frank's gospel hour
ISBN: 0870743988 (cloth : acid-free paper)
0870743996 (paper : acid-free paper)
Publication Year: 1996
Publishers Date Index: 1996
1996
LCCN: 96034545
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MCinnamon
Aug 15, 2013

When I was a teenager i read all his books thinking finally someone got what it's like to live on a reservation in Canada. Years later i was dissapointed to find out that he is white and lives in the USA. Oh well, his stories of the reserve are neverless funny, emotional, and always unexpectedly satisfying. His grasp of characters and people is Dickoness. Most of his books are actually short stories with the same main characters in each, similar to Mark Twain with Huckleberry Fin.

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