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The Fencepost Chronicles by W. P Kinsella (1987-05-03)

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The Fencepost Chronicles by W. P Kinsella (1987-05-03)

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Original name book: The Fencepost Chronicles by W. P Kinsella (1987-05-03)

Pages: Unknown

Language: Unknown

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (1723)


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Customer Reviews
  • By Derek Tyler on December 15, 2016

    Kinsella adds another excellent book to his collection with The Fencepost Chronicles. Delightful, charming, funny, witty and right on the mark. Highly recommended.

  • By Thonza on June 23, 2015

    Great book. Kinsella never fails to bring great stories in the Native Canadian setting.

  • By Jacques L. Condor on February 9, 2017


  • By Millie Empedocles on November 5, 2013

    Pretty humorous stuff, but gets a bit boring after a while. Great energy and sense of humor though. Didn't get through it all.

  • By Keith Everett on November 19, 2013

    Another Kinsella book of comedy in Native Canadian community perspective, writing at a community level.Full of laughs and real-life stories.

  • By book lover on April 11, 2016

    (4.5 stars) I think this is the third W.P. Kinsella short-story book related to his fictional Native American characters (primarily Silas Ermineskin and Frank Fencepost) that I have read in the last few years. Each one has been entertaining. The stories tend to fly by are are always amusing.From "The Fog" --[As Native people in Canada await a visit from the Pope that is delayed then cancelled, Silas Ermineskin reflects]:"There is a kind of keening sound rise from the enclosure of tents. I feel sorry for the old people who come hundreds of miles down river or cross-country to see this man. I'm sorry too that these people have abandoned their own religion out of fear, for something the white man force on them. If it wasn't for guns there wouldn't be but a handful of Indian Christians." WOW! Give Kinsella a medal.

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