Stardust

Stardust

Bruce Serafin


Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. STARDUST is a chain of literary essays defining Bruce Serafin's global. The teenage Serafin is an enthralling determine, freshly arrived from the us and wanting to immerse himself within the specific delights of a nonetheless principally frontier-era Vancouver. As a tender guy enrolled at SFU, he refuses the perm pressed upon him in a Chinatown barber store and eavesdrops on his rowdy associates in a Powell highway house residence. operating within the publish workplace, Serafin discovers Michel Tremblay's The fats lady round the corner is Pregnant and realizes for the 1st time that writing approximately working-class humans isn't just attainable, yet fascinating. He additionally discusses the paintings of Don DeLillo, Terry Glavin, Steve McCaffery, Northrop Frye, and William Henry Drummond. there is an engagement to those essays that gently sketches the workings of a brain endlessly studying.

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