6 edition of The man who loved attending funerals and other stories found in the catalog.
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|Statement||Frank Collymore ; edited by Harold Barratt and Reinhard Sander.|
|Series||Caribbean writers series, Caribbean writers series (Unnumbered)|
|Contributions||Barratt, Harold., Sander, Reinhard.|
|LC Classifications||PR6005.O3667 M36 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||94134257|
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McDowell, Frank Collymore, Harold Barratt, Reinhard Sander. Frank Collymore was at the centre of the West Indian literary renaissance of the forties and fifties. He was a master of the short story, bringing together a mordant wit and a sympathetic understanding of human failings to tackle subjects ranging from the eccentric to the psychotic.
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Harold Barratt is a former professor of English and chairman of Languages and Letters at University College of Cape Breton. He has taught at four Canadian universities, and is the author of AUGUST PRELUDE: ESSAYS AND REFLECTIONS, the editor of THE MAN WHO LOVED ATTENDING FUNERALS AND OTHER STORIES, as well as short fiction, and several essays and chapters in /5(1).
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Here are some suggestions for anyone wishing to choose a moving poem or verse for their loved one’s funeral. Perhaps more than parties, this God-man loved to heal people, whether that meant curing their physical pain, or sitting with them while they cried through their loss, as a nurse might.
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