Five Legs
Graeme Gibson Sean Kane
✓ Five Legs || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Graeme Gibson Sean Kane
Nov 20, 2018 - 07:17 AM By Graeme Gibson Sean Kane

First published by Anansi in 1969, Five Legs was a breakthrough for Canadian experimental fiction, selling 1,000 copies in its first week At the time Scott Symons wrote that Five Legs has potent writing in it, page for page, than any other young Canadian novel that I can think of Or indeed any young American novel including Pynchon and Farina.Five Legs is the suFirst published by Anansi in 1969, Five Legs was a breakthrough for Canadian experimental fiction, selling 1,000 copies in its first week At the time Scott Symons wrote that Five Legs has potent writing in it, page for page, than any other young Canadian novel that I can think of Or indeed any young American novel including Pynchon and Farina.Five Legs is the subversive tale of two guilt ridden young men, Lucan Crackell and Felix Oswald one a professor, the other his student caught in the grip of the North American Protestant ethic, with its emotional web spinning and sexual torments Gibson captures both their mortifications and their spirited resistance to all things WASP, themselves included, in stream of consciousness prose that is at once fluid, disjointed, and hilarious Essential reading for any Canlit junkie, and quite a trip This edition features a new introduction by Sean Kane.
  • Title: Five Legs
  • Author: Graeme Gibson Sean Kane
  • ISBN: 9781770892576
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback

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Nate D Nov 20, 2018 - 07:17 AM
A stunning cacophony for two voicesA series of windows cut directly through landscape and conversation An unending nightmare fugue-of-conciousnessA microscopic observation of the excruciating moments that make up the everydayA great tragicomic anxiety dream where ever past present future moment of your life is happening at this very moment and will never never stop happening just like that again and again and againFive Legs is a little deceptive, a mirage construction of placid mundane gestures [...]
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Sofia Nov 20, 2018 - 07:17 AM
Still don't get why anyone would possibly feel compelled to compare him with Pynchon.
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Five Legs By Graeme Gibson Sean Kane First published by Anansi in 1969, Five Legs was a breakthrough for Canadian experimental fiction, selling 1,000 copies in its first week At the time Scott Symons wrote that Five Legs has potent writing in it, page for page, than any other young Canadian novel that I can think of Or indeed any young American novel including Pynchon and Farina.Five Legs is the suFirst published by Anansi in 1969, Five Legs was a breakthrough for Canadian experimental fiction, selling 1,000 copies in its first week At the time Scott Symons wrote that Five Legs has potent writing in it, page for page, than any other young Canadian novel that I can think of Or indeed any young American novel including Pynchon and Farina.Five Legs is the subversive tale of two guilt ridden young men, Lucan Crackell and Felix Oswald one a professor, the other his student caught in the grip of the North American Protestant ethic, with its emotional web spinning and sexual torments Gibson captures both their mortifications and their spirited resistance to all things WASP, themselves included, in stream of consciousness prose that is at once fluid, disjointed, and hilarious Essential reading for any Canlit junkie, and quite a trip This edition features a new introduction by Sean Kane.

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