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ITANI, Frances. Man Without Face. [N.pl.]: Oberon Press, (1994). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (4),5-151,(1). 8vo, illustrated black card covers. "These stories are about the secrets we all keep, even from ourselves. An alcoholic husband and father, trapped within the narrow confines of his own mind, who finally becomes invisible to his family. Two sisters who live out their lives, each unseen to the other in a small Ontario town. A man and a woman who hide from each other rather than expose themselves to the bitter realities of war. Frances Itani has always written about the gulf between appearance and reality, but now the emphasis is different. These stories are about survival, survival and hope." - from rear. Includes the following stories: "P'tit Village", "The Granary", "In the Yellow House", "An August Wind", "Copper Kettle", "Touches", "A Gift of Forty", "Graveyard Shift", "Man Without Face", "Earthman Pointing", "Sarajevo", and "Flashcards".Small bump to top edge of front cover, else very good. Signed, inscribed and dated by Itani verso flyleaf. Due to its small size, shipping charges will likely bea bit cheaper than quoted. 25.00
Title: Man Without Face. First Paperback Edition, signed.
Publisher: Oberon Press, 1994, ISBN:0887509533:
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