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The Studhorse Man

The Studhorse Man

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Published by PaperJacks Ltd. .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL10968828M
ISBN 100770101712
ISBN 109780770101718

  This book undertakes a detailed reading of Robert Kroetsch’s The Studhorse Man, examining this Canadian novel in its transnational historical and socio-cultural context. Key subject headings are biology and culture, sex and gender, eugenics and. His novel The Studhorse Man () won the Governor General’s A The Whistler Independent Book Awards Established in to recognize excellence in Canadian independent publishing, the Whistler Independent Book Awards offers prizes in two categories: fiction and nonfiction.

- Robert Kroetsch teacher, poet, novelist, winner of the Governor General’s Award for literature for The Studhorse Man I was moved to tears by the plight of the young people. The book made me weep for all the young men of the war. The battle scenes brought back terrible memories to me. I hope it is published and reaches a broad audience. The Studhorse Man is a novel by Robert Kroetsch that relates to eugenics, contraception, and biointervention. It was published in and set in Alberta in the wanning days of .

THE STUDHORSE MAN UDC (71)'= Tanja Cvetković Faculty of Philosophy, University of Niš, Serbia E-mail: [email protected] Abstract. The paper focuses on the translation of the novel The Studhorse Man, written by the Canadian author Robert Kroetsch. The translation of the novel was published by Nolit in Robert Kroetsch, the maestro of self-deprecating irony, liked to tell a story about his novel The Studhorse Man, which won the Governor-General's literary award .


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In his second novel, The Studhorse Man, won the Governor General's Award for Fiction. He has published nine novels and twelve books of poetry as well as diverse travel and scholarly writing. His most recent collection of poetry, The Hornbooks of Rita K (University of Alberta Press), was short-listed for the Governor General's Award for /5(2).

The Studhorse Man book. Read 18 reviews The Studhorse Man book the world's largest community for readers. The Studhorse Man is a classic Canadian odyssey--a story told by /5. In his second novel, The Studhorse Man, won the Governor General's Award for Fiction.

He has published nine novels and twelve books of poetry as well as diverse travel and scholarly writing. His most recent collection of poetry, The Hornbooks of Rita K (University of Alberta Press), was short-listed for the Governor General's Award for Cited by:   Born in Heisler, Alberta, Robert Kroetsch published his first novel, But We are Exiles inand his book The Studhorse Man () won the Governor General's Award for Fiction.

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Kroetsch, Robert: The Studhorse Man. The book's pattern is circu lar, as is Hazard's journey, and the point—made in a manner that fuses prairie tall‐tale with Odyssean myth—is that perfec. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kroetsch, Robert, Studhorse man.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Reviews: 1. As the book opens, the studhorse man, devoted to preserving the Lepage breed, needs to get hold of a mare: He was a truly desperate man. Extinction or survival was quite simply to be the fate of the breed of horse he alone had preserved through six generations; thus, penniless as he was, and he had been reduced to living on porridge for nearly.

" The Studhorse Man by Robert Kroetsch A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Buy STUDHORSE MAN (cuRRents) 10th Ed by Unknown (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Born in Heisler, Alberta, Robert Kroetsch published his first novel, But We are Exiles inand his book The Studhorse Man () won the Governor General's Award for Fiction.

Throughout his career, he steadily elaborated his indelible mark on Canadian writing with his fiction, non-fiction, poetry, teaching, and scholarship. Robert Paul Kroetsch, OC (J – J ) was a Canadian novelist, poet and nonfiction writer. In his fiction and critical essays, as well as in the journal he co-founded, Boundary 2, he was an influential figure in Canada in introducing ideas about postmodernism.

He was born in Heisler, Alberta. He began his academic career at Binghamton University (State. Snare Books is a Canadian independent book publisher. Founded in spring ofand located in Montreal, Quebec, Snare Books is a publisher of contemporary poetry and prose make a point of publishing Canadian authors who specialize in experimental gh their main focus is on poetry, Snare Books has more recently expanded to pushing a limited Founder: Jon Paul Fiorentino and Robert Allen.

This book undertakes a detailed reading of Robert Kroetsch’s The Studhorse Man, examining this Canadian novel in its transnational historical and socio-cultural subject headings are biology and culture, sex and gender, eugenics and contraception, writing and reading.

Hazard Lepage, the last of the studhorse men, sets out to breed his rare blue stallion, Poseidon. A lusty trickster and a wayward knight, Hazard's outrageous adventures are narrated by Demeter Proudfoot, his secret rival, who writes this story while sitting naked in an empty bathtub.

In his quest to save his stallion's bloodline from extinction, Hazard leaves a trail of anarchy and. Someone gave me a copy of Robert Kroetsch’s wild and crazy novel, The Studhorse Man. I skipped a lot of classes. Curled up in my cramped Lister Hall women’s residence room, I marvelled that this was the first book I’d read set where I was living.

And what a blue, bawdy, raunchy ride it was. Warmed me right up. Kroetsch, Robert. The Studhorse o: Macmillan, ; London: Macdonald &Co.

; New York: Simon and Schuster, ; New York: Pocket Books, ; Markham.Books with the subject: Stallions. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity at this site.The Studhorse Man Hazard Lepage, the last of the studhorse men, sets out to breed his rare blue stallion, Poseidon.

A lusty trickster and a wayward knight, Hazard’s outrageous adventures are narrated by Demeter Proudfoot, his secret rival, who writes this story while sitting naked in .