Bloody Jack

Bloody Jack

Book - 2002 | [Rev. ed.].
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You are about to read a book like no other. Bloody Jack is a collection about the making and unmaking of story, of poetry and of history. Based loosely on the life of John Krafchenko, a notorious Manitoban outlaw, the poems of Bloody Jack turn fact and fiction upside down and inside out. Dennis Cooley has added more than a dozen new poems to this revised edition and Douglas Barbour has written an introduction. By turns earthy and earnest, soulful and sly, Bloody Jack is a rollicking, fun-filled riot of a volume by one of Canada's favourite poets. "Bloody Jack is back again, bigger, bolder, sweeter and even more outrageous." -David Arnason
Publisher: Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c2002.
Edition: [Rev. ed.].
ISBN: 9780888643919
0888643918
Branch Call Number: 811.54 C774
Characteristics: xiii, 280 p. ; 23 cm.

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