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SUMMARY ´ REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD.CO.UK ☆ Thomas King Acclaimed author Thomas King is in fabulous fantastical form in this bestselling short story collection From the surreal migrations of the title. Thomas King's collection of tongue in cheek short stories inspired by the lives of aboriginal peoples of Canada and the US are satirical politicaluncomfortable and hard to ignore King takes on the societal whitewashing of the world in unexpected ways From stories of white men collecting indians and dressing them in buckskins to flocks of indians flying into the sides of buildings because they are disoriented by the bright lights of the city King is making biting commentary on the modern world He is a controversial figure and his stories will make readers think because they are multi layered and faceted Teachers there are stories in here for your senior level students that will open up dialogue about residential schools ethnic cleansing compassion privilege and These are worthwhile conversations in our modern society in a generation that is fast forgetting the realities of our first nations peoples

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READ À A Short History of Indians in Canada: Stories Þ Acclaimed author Thomas King is in fabulous fantastical form in this bestselling short story collection From the surreal migrations of the title story to the misadventures of Coyote in the modern world and the chaos of a baby's unexpected arrival by airmail King's tales are Story to the misadventures of Coyote in the modern world and the chaos of a baby's unexpected arrival by airmail King's tales are deft hilarious. this is so good like most tom king books it keeps kicking you in the ass long after you have stopped reading it brillant

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A Short History of Indians in Canada StoriesAnd provocative A National Post and uill uire bestseller and an ca Top Pick for 2005 A Short History of Indians in Canada is a comic tour de forc. great book my brother believed some of the stories were exaggerations but upon closer examination the bone chilling realization you are left with is that the depressingly comedic narratives before you mirror reality than you initially thought the absurdism can get a bit much sometimes but none of it hinders enjoyment and the writing is very nice personal favourite stories were The Closer You Get To Canada The More Things Will Eat Your Horses and Rendezvous